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Biodiversity Management Bureau (BMB) Assistant Director Dr. Antonio C. Manila welcomes participants to the First Philippine Cave and Karst Forum held Nov. 9-10, 2016 at the National Museum in Manila.  Dr. Manila stressed the need to raise public awareness and understanding of caves and their resources to address the threats that endanger the cave ecosystem, such as increased demand for recreational sites, treasure hunting, pollution, illegal collection of cave resources, rapid urbanization, and lack of specific statutory protection.  According to him, caves are homes to specialized mineral formations, troglobites or species that live permanently in the dark environment of caves, and bodies of water such as cave rivers and pools. ###

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    • BLGU TAYSAN RECEIVES LUMBERS FROM PENRO ALBAY
      Wednesday, Mar 10, 2021
      Some 12 cubic meters of assorted lumbers were recently received by the Barangay Local Government Unit (BLGU) of Taysan, Legazpi City from the Provincial Environment and Natural Resources Office (PENRO) of Albay headed by PENR Officer Jerry R. Arena. The assorted lumbers with an estimated market value of fifty thousand pesos (Php 50,000.00) resulted from previous apprehensions conducted by the PENRO Albay.  “The lumbers will be distributed to indigent residents of Barangay Taysan. The Barangay...

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    • THE REAL FIGHT: ENVIRONMENT VS. HUMANITY

      Today’s environmental situation is worsening. For the longest time, we, humans keep doing things, which affects the environment. We continuously participate in destroying Mother Nature. Now, it is very evident that our wrongdoings are getting back at us. Climate Change Wreaking havoc: Misery The earth is now polluted due to destructive human activities. These activities contribute to the worsening effects of climate change including increase in temperature, drought, typhoons, landslide,...

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