Revisiting the Devolution of ENR Functions
AbstractThe devolution of environment and natural resource functions to local government units was a bold move in the history of environmental Management in the Philippines. However, the implementation of these functions was considered partial, insignificant and with limited success due to issues on Local Government Units (LGU’s) lack of technical capacity and manpower, overlapping mandates, and poor community involvement. [PB-12-01]. URL:[http://www.senate.gov.ph/publications/PB%202012-01%20-%20ENR%20_final.pdf].
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Philippines; local government units; LGU; coral reef species; land density; environment and natural resources (ENR); economic growth; employment; livelihood and food security; primary sector (agriculture; fishery and forestry or AFF); freshwater; marine ecosystem; gross domestic product (GDP); economy;
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- World Bank, 2009. "The Philippines : Country Environmental Analysis," World Bank Other Operational Studies 3178, The World Bank.
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