Services And Information Caravan, Isasagibo Sa Ngunian Na Month Of The Ocean

Papangenotan kan Regional Development Council sa paagi kan Regional Information and Advocacy Committe, katabang an DENR asin iba pang ahensya kan gobyerno  an sarung Information and Services Caravan na gigibuhon sa banwaan kan Presentacion, Camarines Sur sa Mayo biente-siete sundong  biente-nueve kan presenteng taon. Tampok sa tolong aldaw na aktibidad an mga libreng serbisyo siring sa  medical and dental security services kan Philippine Army (PA) asin  Philippine National Police (PNP), scholarship programs kan DEPED asin TESDA, medical and dental mission kan Department of Health (DOH), operation timbang kan National Nutrition Council (NNC). Mabariwas man nin libreng banhi, farm equipments, animal vaccinations an Department of Agriculture (DA). Makunducer  nin Information Education Campaigns (IEC) exhibits an mga katabang na  ahensya  siring sa DILG, DSWD, DOLE, DOH, NEDA asin iba pa.

Sa lado man kan DENR, katakud  sa selebrasyon kan Month of the Ocean na may temang: Stand Up, Save Our Reefs, sa ngunian na bilog na bulan nin Mayo, sari saring kaaraman an ipaparte kan ahensya may kinaaraman sa Coastal and Marine Management sa paagi nin film showing, exhibits, pagdistribuer nin flyers, kalendaryo asin pagkundocta nin lectures sa mga residente kan lugar.tangani man na mas na maipamati sa komunidad asin partisipantes  an importanteng papel kan mangrove forest sa proteksyon kan sarung coastal community, papangenotan  kan ahensya an coastal planting o pagtanum nin bakawan propagules  sa  lugar katabang an mga participating agencies .

Segun ki  DENR Regional Director Gilbert C. Gonzales, an services asin information caravan na ini na ipigtiempo sa ngunian na selebrasyon kan month of the ocean, matao nin sarung dakulang opurtunidad para sa mga coastal na komunidad kan Presentacion, Camarines Sur baku sana man ngani na mas na  masabutan kan  lambang saru an kahalagahan kan marine asin coastal ecosystem  sa aru aldaw na pagbuhay buhay  kundi ngani man na mapalangkaw an kamangnuhan kan lambang saru sa climate change  kun saen   baku ligtas o vulnerable digdi   magin  an marine ecosystems. 

Broadcast Release: May 5, 2015



The Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) V through the Conservation and Development Division (CDD) technical staff along with hundreds of stakeholders from the different sectors of society participated in the 4th Asia-Pacific Coral Reef Symposium (APCRS) held on June 4 to 8, 2018 at the Marco Polo Plaza Hotel in Cebu City.

The 4th APCRS is an international conference dedicated to coral reef conservation. This was facilitated by the DENR in partnership with the University of the Philippines-Marine Science Institute (UP-MSI). First organized by the Asia Pacific Coral Reef Society in 2006, the event became an avenue for scientists, leaders and environmentalists to share their knowledge and expertise on marine and coral reef management and protection.

The theme, “Coral Reefs of the Asia-Pacific: Working Together Amidst Contemporary Challenges,” focused on the latest research studies, technology and innovations in marine biodiversity, coral reef ecology, geology and restoration, ocean processes and citizen science. Speakers included conservation champions from Australia, Singapore, Japan, Indonesia and the United States.

With 2018 dubbed as the International Year of the Reef, the conduct of APCRS proved to be timely.

Former DENR V Regional Director and now Biodiversity Management Bureau Director Crisanta Marlene P. Rodriguez said during the pre-conference of APCRS that through “effectively reducing the drivers and pressures on coastal and marine ecosystems, which led to its continuous degradation, the coastal and marine ecosystems’ condition will improve thereby enhancing ecosystem functions and services.”



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BICOL HAS NEW DENR CHIEF. Atty. Antonio A. Abawag receives the DENR V flag from Secretary Roy A. Cimatu during the Turnover Ceremony on June 1, 2018 at the DENR Regional Office V, Rawis, Legazpi City. 


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