Wetlands and agriculture: partners for growth
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Katulad na lamang sa Lake Bato sa camarines Sur, ang paggamit ng chemical fertilizers ay na-pollute na ang tubig at naapektuhan ang supply ng isda. " Wetlands and agriculture can and must coexist. We need policies on wetlands that support ecosystems, sustain rich biodiversity, and simultaneously improve the livelihoods of harming communities who depend on wetlands or whose activities directly affect them," said Matthew Mccartney, a hydrologist and a contributor to the report of the International Water Management Institute (IWMI).
Villar, C. (2014, March 16). Wetlands and agriculture: Partners for growth. Manila Bulletin, p. 12.
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