MEETING ON MORATORIUM–Governor Amado Espino Jr. leads a consultative meeting with stakeholders, including Mayors Aldrin Cerdan of Anda and Alfonso Celeste of Bolinao, where he called for a moratorium on all aquaculture activities along the narrow Caquiputan Channel which has been plagued by repeated fishkill incidents due to unregulated fish cages and pens. (Punchphoto by Butch Uka)

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