An Urgent Call to Continually Protect the Verde Island Passage From Any Contaminating Projects

Surprisingly, The community around Verde Island Passage region and ecological backers sent dissent letters requiring the insurance of what they called the nation’s Ground Zero for marine variety.

The people group partners and common society associations composed two separate letters bearing their interests and resistance to the development of condensed gaseous petrol (LNG) terminals in Batangas, which are believed to make inconvenient and irreversible impacts the Verde Island Passage and the nearby networks that are subject to it.

They asked Linseed Field Power Corporation president Herbert Hernane and SMC Global Power Corp. administrator Ramon Ang to pull out their financing of the fossil gas and LNG projects nearby. Seeking after these fossil gas projects is establishing ailment at the actual heart of a worldwide focal point for marine biodiversity on the planet. Life in the Verde Island Passage should keep flourishing to support the large numbers of Filipinos who depend on it for food and to earn enough to pay the bills.

The island entry is likewise a wellspring of occupation of transportation areas through the Batangas, Manila, and Subic global ports. Verde Island Passage extends for more than 1.4 million hectares through the territories of Batangas, Marinduque, Occidental and Oriental Mindoro Occidental, and Romblon.




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