'Protect Antique’s Natural Parks, Mountain Ranges’
(This is part of alagad.com.ph series in promoting #KalikasanTurismoKabuhayan)
SAN JOSE, Antique — Environment officials called on the community to help protect Antique’s natural parks and mountain ranges.
Antique has two natural parks — the Sibalom Natural Park, 5,511.47 hectares, and the Northwest Panay Peninsula, 7,092.28 hectares — and a mountain range, the Central Panay Mountains.
Let Us Declare Our United, Unequivocal, and Solid Support for the Passage of ENIPAS
THE PARIS talks on Climate Change come to an end. But the clamor to lower the carbon footprint in the world is still glaringly being pushed by the massive environmentalists. Alagad.com.ph believes that everybody should be part of the solution.
Thus, alagad.com.ph wants to promote #KalikasanTurismoKabuhayan as a core message to protect the environment that will redound to booming tourism industry and its job creation for the local populace. And we want to start by featuring a brilliant article on how to describe this message.
We want to commend Lila Ramos Shahani for her article "Tourism and its many paradoxes" that originally appeared on philstar.com last September 21, 2015. Read the full story below.
Top 10 Tourist Spots in Palawan
PUERTO PRINCESA Subterranean River is one of the amazing tourist spots in Palawan. Did you know that Palawan holds the record of The Best Island in the World?
Palawan was awarded by famous international travel magazine Conde Nast Traveler as the Best Island in the World in 2014. Puerto Princesa Subterranean River was highlighted because it has been declared as the New Seven Natural Wonders of the World.
Palawan is located in MIMAROPA Region in the Philippines. Tourist spots in Palawan are spectacular, it is a great destination for sightseeing, kayaking, spelunking, swimming, scuba diving and more!
There are really many tourist spots in Palawan you can visit this 2015. The following are the Top 10 Tourist Spots in Palawan.
House Reverts Palawan’s 5 Protected Areas in ENIPAS, Pushes for Sato Bill
THE CIVIL SOCIETY groups and supporters of Expanded National Integrated Protected Area System (ENIPAS) have succeeded in their rally to include the five protected areas of Palawan in the first deliberation of the Committee on Environment of the House of Representatives.
During the deliberation of the Committee on Environment and Ecology chaired by Francisco Matugas, they ruled to include the five protected areas of Palawan, as they also pushes for House Bill 4336 or the “Protected Areas Declaration Act of 2014” authored by Congresswoman Josephine Sato of Occidental Mindoro.
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