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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
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Participation (LISCOP) Project.

Laguna Lake Development Authority. (May 2003). Project Document for the
LISCOP Project.

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Acknowledging the Development of the Northern Lakeshore Urban Flood Control
and Drainage Project and Requiring Compliance to Certain Environmental
Conditions.
Various LLDA Internal Memoranda on the Joint Livelihood Development Program
dated June 14, 1990 and April 4, 1991.

								
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