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   Protecting Pristine Paradise Palau through regulations on aquatic biosecurity and biofouling management

  Protecting Pristine Paradise Palau through regulations on aquatic biosecurity and biofouling management

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by March 31, 2017 Top Stories

 Some thirty officers representing the government (Attorney-General’s Office,  Bureau of Agriculture (BOA), Customs, Environmental Quality Protection Board, Ngatpang State, Quarantine, Department of Fish and Wildlife Protection), private sector/producer (BIOTA, Inc., Coral Reef Research Foundation, Palau Aquaculture Association, Palau Conservation Society, The Environment, Inc., private consultants) and the academe (Palau Community College) met on 28 March during a national consultation held at Palasia Hotel to deliberate on new draft regulations on biosecurity for live aquatic organisms and their products and biofouling management. They are intended to protect Palau’s young and growing aquaculture sector, as well as its exquisite coral reefs and lagoons.  We’re sorry. You don't have permission to access this page. Please sign up to have full access to this page.

 

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