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Apo Island Marine Sanctuary: Steps to Recovery from Storm Damage
Installation of initial coral reef rehabilitation structures using a low cost sturdy plastic mesh. The goal is to stabilize the rubble substratum to facilitate coral recruitment, growth and higher survival (photo by A. Maypa)

Apo Island Marine Sanctuary: Steps to Recovery from Storm Damage

The Coastal Conservation and Education Foundation (CCEF) through its Research Unit, engages in a coral reef rehabilitation effort at Apo Island Marine Sanctuary in Dauin, Negros Oriental. This is a…

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Harbor Star addresses Environmental Challenge
Harbor Star employees during a care and maintenance activity of a mangrove reforestation site in Barangay Banoyo, San Luis, Batangas.

Harbor Star addresses Environmental Challenge

The urgent need to reforest our sparse mangroves, quickly and massively, has encouraged non-government organizations, local government units, people’s organizations, academe, and business sectors to do mangrove reforestation and rehabilitation…

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Lapu-Lapu City Reef Monitoring Team formed
Lapu-Lapu City reef monitoring team members with CCEF staff.

Lapu-Lapu City Reef Monitoring Team formed

The City of Lapu-lapu encourages public and private partnership in the establishment of marine protected areas (MPAs) to contribute to coral reef conservation and sustainable fisheries management. Currently, there are…

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Coral Reefs, CCEF, and Typhoon Damage
Researcher, Michelle Baird measuring coral recruits on a limestone substrate in Tulapos MPA, Siquijor.

Coral Reefs, CCEF, and Typhoon Damage

The severe loss of life and damage to infrastructure from Typhoon Pablo (known internationally as Bopha), was well publicized around the world. Large portions of Mindanao and the central Philippines…

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