EAS CONGRESS 2015 Danang, Vietnam November 15-21, 2015

eas3With the  theme  “Building  the  Economic  and  Connecting  Partners,”  seventeen  (17)  exhibitors   showcased  their  coastal and  marine  management  initiatives  at  the  2015  Environmental  Exhibition  of the  EAS Congress.  The  exhibition  provided  a  glance  of  the  good  practices,  modern technologies  and  new  approaches   in coastal and  ocean governance. 

Booth  No.  12   represented  the    Philippines in  the  Congress  Exhibition,  featured  the  Manila  Bay,  the  Iloilo Region and  the   Coral  Triangle  Initiative.  The  Manila Bay panel  focused  on  the issues  and  concerns,   priority  programs  and  projects in  the  rehabilitation,  protection  and  cleaning  of the  bay.   Other   countries  participated  in  the  exhibition are:  Cambodia, International  EMEC  Center, China, LAO-PDR, R.O. Korea, Singapore, Thailand, Timor  Leste, PEMSEA, Sasahawa Peace Foundation, International EMECS Center, Ocean Policy Research Center, UNDP/GEF SGP, GTZ, Quang Nam Province, Danang, Min. of  Natural Resources Vietnam  of  Seas and  Island.

During  the  exhibits,  various   IEC  materials  were  distributed,  ninety (90)  foreign    delegates  were  able  to  availed  the    materials distributed  such  as:  2013  Manila  Bay Annual  Report,  Manila  Bayanihan Notebook, SDS  Country  Report, among  others.

H.E. Nguyen Minh Quang, Minister, Ministry of Natural Resources Environment, Vietnam took the Manila Bayanihan notebook during the Opening Ceremony of the Exhibition on November 15, 2015.

H.E. Nguyen Minh Quang, Minister, Ministry of Natural Resources Environment, Vietnam took the Manila Bayanihan notebook during the Opening Ceremony of the Exhibition on November 15, 2015.

 

 

 

 Mr. Chu Pham Ngoc Mien, Deputy Minister, Ministry of Natural Resources & Environment (MONRE) Vietnam visited the booth of the Philippines during the tour on the closing ceremony of exhibit on November 21, 2015.

Mr. Chu Pham Ngoc Mien, Deputy Minister, Ministry of Natural Resources & Environment (MONRE) Vietnam visited the booth of the Philippines during the tour on the closing ceremony of exhibit on November 21, 2015.

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