Presidential Communications Operations Office



  PIA Bldg, Visayas Ave, Diliman, Quezon City, Philippines
  Thursday, 4 June 2020 News Before 1 Feb 2012. Click for Latest
Web PIA  
 
home
 
about
 
fotos
 
info
 
links
 
ncrr01carr02r03calmimr05r06r07r08r09r10r11r12r13
 << June 2020 >> 
S M T W T F S
1 2 3 4 5 6
7 8 9 10 11 12 13
14 15 16 17 18 19 20
21 22 23 24 25 26 27
28 29 30
Special News Editions:
English.Tagalog.Cebuano
Ilocano.Waray.Hiligaynon
Pangasinan.Other
PIA Specials:
NEW! Cabinet Officials
Jobs.Slides.Specials.Ads. Events.ASEAN.Multimedia
Visitors since 15 Feb 2011:
PIA News Archive:
English.Tagalog.Cebuano
Waray.Hiligaynon.Ilocano
Pangasinan.All
PIA Archive News Reader

PIA Press Release
2007/10/26

Luli leads Coral Triangle Project

by Mai Gevera

Davao City (26 October) -- The Presidential daughter Luli Arroyo, an advocate of environmental protection, visited the Davao City together with senior officials, government heads, and other stakeholders to strengthen the Coral Triangle which she is pushing for.

Among the countries included in the so called Coral Triangle are Brunei, Indonesia, Malaysia, and Philippines. Her visit was timely as the different BIMP EAGA senior officials were in the city since Wednesday for the Senior Officials Meeting held every after four years.

"Scientist released a result of a study claiming that we are at the center of the marine biology in the whole world. That makes us custodians of the marine resources," Luli said.

Philippines is dubbed as having the most number of coral species, fishes, and other marine life.

Luli has been visiting other countries which are part of the Coral Triangle to hold meetings and solicit initiatives from the different stakeholders.

Her team is now focusing on solutions and actions for fisheries networking and mariculture development.

In her visits, Luli has seen potential areas as well as areas that need thorough attention as these have been categorized endangered.

"We are trying to look at the different policies that we have, study them, and find ways on how to further implement those policies in our territory," she said.

The fish trade sector is now the center of her team's attention as this would concern and affect so many other issues like illegal fishing and international poaching. (PIA) [top]

|«  prev  next  »|
DAILY NEWS LIST:
»President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo's order granting pardon to former President Joseph Estrada
»Luli leads Coral Triangle Project
»IBM sees potential market in Mindanao
»NSO's FP survey results, data presentation slated Friday
»BIR expects P4B collection from tax amnesty program
»HIJO private Port hits deals with int'l partners thru BIMP-EAGA iCON
»Taiwanese investors to forge partnership with Davao businessmen
»Mindanao, Davao need concrete data to entice investors - expert
»Davao needs baseline data to attract BPO companies
»North Face supports "Climb For A Cause"
|«  prev  next  »|

Philippine Official Gazette | Office of the President | Presidential Communications Operations Office
For comments and feedback, please email PIA Newsdesk
Copyright © 2005 Philippine Information Agency
PIA Building, Visayas Avenue, Diliman, Quezon City 1101 Philippines