The country's biodiversity chief has raised urgency on the need to preserve and restore healthy and productive oceans with rich marine biodiversity to ensure food security and sustainable development for present and future generations.
"We have to rehabilitate our seas to secure its ability to produce sufficient food supply for the current and future generations. If we lose them, we will lose our supply of food and other needs," Director Theresa Mundita S. Lim of the Biodiversity Management Bureau (BMB) told a radio interview. >> more
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