Research is proving that MPAs can actually help replenish depleting stocks in neighboring waters.
Rather than limit our fishermen’s capacity to catch fish, research is proving that MPAs can actually help replenish depleting stocks in neighboring waters. Today, there are over 1500 marine sanctuaries in the Philippines, bolstered by the hard lessons gathered from Sumilon Island, the country’s first marine protected area.
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