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33189: Philippines environment monitor 2004: assessing progress

The 2004 Philippines Environment Monitor updates progress in natural resources management; biodiversity conservation; solid waste, air and water pollution control; and coastal and marine management. Since the publication of the first Philippines Environment Monitor in 2000, the Government of the Philippines has adopted overarching legislation aimed at improving air and water quality in the country, and preserving precious, often-threatened, environmental resources.

World Bank
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World Bank; health and nutrition; water resource system; rural and agricultural development; environment; energy;
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