Mientrastanto, sa lado man kan Bicol University, sa paagi kan Research and Development Center, nakatalaan naman na magkonducta nin “Coastal Vulnerability Assessment” sa banwaan kan Pioduran, sa Marso 2 hangan 9, asin man sa Marso 16 hanggan 23 sa mga banwaan kan Oas asin Libon.

An SCREMP kompowesto nin mga minasunod na significanteng Program Components; Habitat Vulnerability Assessment, Coral Reef Rehabilitation and Protection, Social Mobilization and Development, Marine Protected Area Strengthening and Networking asin Sustainable Livelihood Intervention.

Sa probinsya nin Albay, recepiente kan programang ini an maabot sa 23 coastal brgys sa mga banwaan kan Ligao, Oas, Pioduran asin Libon.

Broadcast Release: February 26, 2015

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    DENR SUPPORTS 2ND BICOL MINING SUMMIT

        The Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) V joined the Philippine Society of Mining Engineers (PSEM) – Bicol Chapter and several stakeholders during the 2nd Bicol Mining Summit on July 19-21, 2017 in Legazpi City.

          To kick-start the event, a Zumba and Color Fun Run with the theme, “Color Fun Run: Mine for Life” started at the Bicol University Commencement Grounds at 6 o’clock in the morning of July 19, 2017. Mario Nolledo, a DENR V Employee bagged the first place during the said activity.

          The summit was highlighted by a Mine Exhibit at the Legazpi City Convention Center. Following the opening ceremonies, a bowling tournament at the Embarcadero de Legazpi, Mine Symposium, Mayor’s Night, Students’ Congress and City Tour, among others are some of the activities lined-up during this three-day event.

        DENR V Regional Director Crisanta Marlene P. Rodriguez, in her message, during the ribbon cutting ceremonies of the Mine Exhibit stressed the essence of sustainable and responsible mining.

         With this year’s Mining Summit theme, “An Approach towards Sustainable, Responsible and Environment-Friendly Mineral Development in Bicol”, DENR hopes for the enlightenment of the public on various mining issues and concerns, which are far from over.###

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