MWWPMassachusetts Water Watch Partnership
MWWPMunicipal Water and Wastewater Project (Armenia)
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The MWWP is supporting the proposed Shark Conservation Bill.
In 2004, the MWWP said it was given "a higher level of protection" when it was classified as "critically endangered" under Department of Environment and Natural Resources Administrative Order 2004-15.
MWWP and SPS, along with Greenpeace Southeast Asia-Philippines, Conservation International, Oceana Philippines, WWF-Philippines, the Philippine Animal Welfare Society (PAWS), and several other organization, are members of the Save Sharks Network Philippines (SSNP), what Yaptinchay describes as 'a loose, informal group of NGOs, academic and research institutions, tourism businesses, and concerned individuals and offices that have been working together for shark protection and fisheries management through campaigns and government lobbying.'
MWWP led by its founder, AA Yaptinchay, said the impact of ocean plastic pollution has varying degrees to the marine ecosystem, including its ingestion by marine species.
AA Yaptinchay of the Marine Wildlife Watch of the Philippines (MWWP) said: 'Dr.