On Philippines:

Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR)
Conservation International (CI)
Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR)
Bantay Dagat Program

Conservation Region Asia-Pacific: Philippines
The Philippines has been described as the "hottest" of the biodiversity hotspots. It comprises more than 7,000 islands and has a total land area of about 122,000 square miles (300,782 square km). With only 3 percent of its original vegetation remaining, the Philippines has some of the most unique flora and fauna in aquatic, marine and terrestrial ecosystems...

The Ocean's Top 10 Coral Reef Hotspots Identified For First Time
Study Sounds Alarm for Extinctions of Marine Species

Davao, Batangas:Thousands clean up shores
Around 8,000 people cleaned up Davao’s coasts during the 18th International Coastal Cleanup Day last September...

BFAR vows to strictly enforce ban on manta ray hunting...

OneOcean: Coastal Alert
OVER SEAS ONLINE NEWS October, 2003 Issue

Forum on the development of the philippine marine capture fisheries profile


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