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Chapter 4: Generations

In this final chapter of the Grid Expedition II, our team and community leaders emphasize that the success of this project hinges on stakeholders to pass this stream of knowledge to the next generation.


The value of MPAs ultimately lies in the continued subsistence of our communities. In this final chapter of the Grid Expedition II, our team members and community leaders emphasize that the success of this project hinges on stakeholders such as politicians, LGUs, and the average citizen coming together to pass this stream of knowledge to the next generation.

GRID Expedition II is made possible with the help of Power Mac Center, Sony Philippines, Boreas Philippines, LifeProof, Tripologie, Belkin, Henry's Professional, and Florentina Homes Coco Grove Beach Resort.

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