List of Figures Figure 1 - Map of Laguna de Bay Figure 2 - Land Use Map of the Laguna de Bay Watershed Figure 3 - The Laguna de Bay Region Figure 4A - Biochemical oxygen demand in Laguna de Bay Figure 4B - Chloride concentration in Laguna de Bay Figure 4C - Phosphate concentration in Laguna de Bay Figure 4D - Nitrate concentration in Laguna de Bay Figure 4E - Dissolved oxygen in Laguna de Bay Figure 4F - Transparency of water in Laguna de Bay Figure 5 - Total Economic Value of Using Laguna de Bay’s Resources Figure 6 - Stakeholders of Laguna de Bay Watershed Figure 7 - Force Field Map Figure 8 - Zoning and Management Plan of Laguna de Bay Figure 9 - Sharing Scheme for Fishpen and Fishcage Fees Figure 10 - The LLDA Institutional Re-engineering Model Figure 11 - Annual Revenue Collection Figure 12 Evolution of the LLDA’s Development Functions Figure 13 - The Water Mondriaan List of Tables Table 1 - General methodology for computing benefit from important direct use fo Laguna de Bay Table 2 - Water quality of Laguna de Bay and fish catch Table 3 - Total BOD loading Table 4 Stakeholders of Laguna de Bay, areas of conflict and response Table 5 - Estimated BOD reduction in the lake due to EUFS Implementation Table 6 - Laws, rules and regulations for Laguna de Bay Basin Table 7 - Sources of Corporate Revenues List of Acronyms BFAR - Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources BOI - Board of Investment CAC - Command and Control CLEAR - Conservation of Laguna de Bay’s Environment and Resources COM - Community Organizer Multiversity DA - Department of Agriculture DAO - Department Administrative Order DBM - Department of Budget and Management DENR - Department of Environment and Natural Resources DP - Discharge Permit DPWH - Department of Public Works and Highways DTI - Department of Trade and Industry ENRAP - Environmental and Natural Resources Accounting Project EO - Executive Order ETF - Environmental Trust Fund EUFS - Environmental User Fee System FARMC - Fisheries and Aquatic Resource Management Council GEF - Global Environment Facility GOCC - Government Owned and Controlled Corporation HLURB - Housing and Land Use Regulatory Board IP - Indigenous People KALAHI - Kapit-Bisig Laban sa Kahirapan Program LBDC - Laguna de Bay Development Corporation LBFDP - Laguna de Bay Fishpen Development Project LBFDP - Laguna de Bay Fishpen Development Project LBIDF - Laguna de Bay Infrastructure Development Fund LGU - Local Government Unit LISCOP - Laguna de Bay Institutional Strengthening and Community Participation Project LLDA - Laguna Lake Development Authority LWD - Local Water District LWUA - Local Water Utilities Association MAPAGPALA - Mamamayang Nagkakaisa para sa Pagpapaunlad at Pagpapanatili ng Lawa ng Laguna MMDA - Metropolitan Manila Development Authority MWSS - Metropolitan Waterworks and Sewerage System NAPC - National Anti-Poverty Commission NCR - National Capital Region NEDA - National Economic and Development Authority NGO - Non-governmental Organization NHA - National Housing Authority NHCS - Napindan Hydraulic Control Structure NWRB - National Water Resources Board PCLL - Presidential Committee on Laguna de Bay PD - Presidential Decree PDF - Project Development Fund PEA - Public Estates Authority PLLD - Pasig Laban sa Lakeshore Dike PPDU - Prototype Project Development Unit PRRC - Pasig River Rehabilitation Commission PTFWRDM - Presidential Task Force on Water Resources Development and Management RA - Republic Act RRPC - River Rehabilitation and Protection Council SCPW Society for the Conservation of Philippine Wetlands SWIM - Sustainable Water and Integrated Catchment Management Initiative TLLD - Taytay Laban sa Lakeshore Dike UPA - Urban Poor Associates ZOMAP - Zoning and Management Plan 6. 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