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Technical and non-technical reports about PEMSEA’s ICM activities

The link between ocean health and human health was foremost in our minds in 2021 as we experienced another year of the global pandemic. Mental, emotional, and physical well-being were tested with successive lockdowns and mobility restrictions which caused...


The sources of plastic wastes and areas of expected high levels of plastic waste generation were mapped in the Imus River Watershed in the Province of Cavite, in the Philippines. Different sources of plastic waste...


This study tackles the Imus River, one of the six major river systems in the province of Cavite. The main river is 38.4 kilometers long and stretches from Tagaytay City in the northern upland region,...


With technical guidance/assistance from PRF, NIVA, and other partners, DLSU-D conducted a survey on plastic litters in the waters of the Imus River located in at least one barangay of five cities/municipalities (Municipality of Silang,...


This study investigates the socioeconomic implications of plastic waste pollution mitigation initiatives near the Imus River, which traverses through the province of Cavite. It explores initiatives identified by the communities on plastic waste management and...


River systems have been identified as major pathways and transporters of wastes, including plastics, that ultimately end up in the oceans. The Imus River Watershed (IRW) is located in the Philippine Province of Cavite, one...


Both primary and secondary data sources were used to make comprehensive land use maps, population maps, and hydro-climatic data analyses. The boundary of the Imus River watershed was established using a digital elevation model of...


This study mapped the sources and concentration of plastic waste in the Imus River watershed, which lies in the Philippine province of Cavite. It aimed to identify different origin points for plastic waste, and determine...


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