Government development intervention for the Caramoan peninsula and Lagonoy Gulf marine resources in Camarines Sur Province must strike a balance between livelihood, resources conservation and exploitation.
This policy ensures sustainable livelihood for people, promotes development, but rationally conserve strategic natural resources for exploitation by the next generations of Filipinos.
“Pursuing these policies, issues pertaining to environment, forestry, agriculture, fisheries, aquamarine resources must be studied and resolved for purposes of legislation in Congress,” declares “ABC” Antonio B. Chavez during his fact-finding visit in the Caramoan peninsula.
Caramoan peninsula in Camarines Sur comprises the satellite towns of Caramoan, Tinambac, Garchitorena, Presentacion, San Jose, Lagonoy, Siruma, and Goa where the local population depend on its common resources for livelihood.
“ABC” Chavez has set his goal in Congress to participate in drafting development policies through legislation.
“ABC” Chavez is running for Representative in the 4th District of Camarines Sur where the Caramoan peninsula and Lagonoy Gulf are situated.