Camarines Sur gov’t spearheads summit to discuss conservation plans for Caramoan
Hundreds of stakeholders have recently gathered during 2nd Caramoan Summit which aims to discuss the coastal management planning for Caramoan.
The event was spearheaded by the Camarines Sur provincial government in partnership with the Caramoan local government.
Present during the event were representatives from the Philippine National Police (PNP), Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP), Red Tag and Red Cross.
Barangay leaders, business owners and residents from Caramoan also took part in the said event.
“Over 100 representatives from PNP, BFP, Red Tag and Red Cross, barangay officials, resort owners, and Caramoan residents gathered for the 2nd Caramoan Summit in Gota Village, Caramoan, Camarines Sur on March 23-24, 2018,” said the province.
“The summit was held by the Provincial Government of Camarines Sur in partnership with the Local Government of Caramoan and RARE Philippines to discuss the Integrated Coastal Management Planning for the Caramoan ecosystems,” it added.
One of the participants of the event said that they will do their best to conserve the pristine beauty of Caramoan.
“After identifying the environmental issues in Caramoan, I know that just like the other participants, we are willing to do our best for the 5-year plan that will help ensure the conservation and development of Caramoan,” said Joselito Huit, Barangay Kagawad from Tabog, Caramoan.
“Its beauty deserves plans, projects, and summits like this,” added Joselito Huit.