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Threatened Lake of the Year 2014: Lake Sampaloc in Philippines, Global Nature Fund, Lake Sampaloc, Philippines, Threatened Lake of the Year, lake

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Philippines launches world’s first national human rights investigation into 50 big polluters, Living Lake of the Year 2011 - Lake Plau, US pays Philippines compensation for reef damage, Kommission verwarnt Philippinen und Papua-Neuguinea wegen unzureichender Bekämpfung der illegalen Fischerei, Two new frog species discovered in the Philippines, Philippines’ Supreme Court bans development of genetically engineered products, Oil spillage off the Philippines, Oil spill off the coast of the Philippines, Endosulfan on board MV Princess of Stars, Typhoon Haiyan, Protected coral reef damaged by US Navy ship, Threatened Lake of the Year 2011: Laguna de Fúquene in Colombia, Lebendiger See des Jahres 2012: Stechlin See, Living Lake of the Year 2012 - Lake Stechlin, Threatened Lake of the Year 2010: Pulicat Lake in India, Lebendiger See des Jahres 2014: Chiemsee, Threatened Lake of the Year 2015: Lake Hovsgol in Mongolia, Threatened Lake of the Year 2016: Tonle Sap Lake, Bedrohter See des Jahres 2014: Sampaloc See auf den Philippinen, Lebendiger See des Jahres 2015: Schweriner See, Living Lake of the Year 2015 - Lake Schwerin, Bedrohter See des Jahres 2013: Winnipegsee in Kanada, Threatened Lake of the Year 2013: Lake Winnipeg in Canada, Threatened Lake of the Year 2009: Lake Atitlán in Guatemala, Water body type of the year 2014, Bedrohter See des Jahres 2012: Titicaca See in Peru und Bolivien, Threatened Lake of the Year 2012: Lake Titicaca in Peru and Bolivia, Bedrohter See des Jahres 2008: Mahakam-Feuchtgebiet in Indonesien, Threatened Lake of the Year 2008: Mahakam Wetland in Indonesia, Bedrohter See des Jahres / Trägerorganisation, Organiser of Threatened Lake of the Year, Bedrohter See des Jahres 2007: Pantanal, Brasilien, Paraguay und Bolivien, Bedrohter See des Jahres 2006: Totes Meer, Israel, Jordanien und Palästina, Threatened Lake of the Year 2006: Dead Sea, Israel, Jordan and Palestine, Bedrohter See des Jahres 2005: Viktoriasee, Kenia, Tansania und Uganda, Threatened Lake of the Year 2005: Lake Victoria in Kenya, Tansania and Uganda, Bedrohter See des Jahres 2004: Chapala-See in Mexiko, Threatened Lake of the Year 2004: Lake Chapala in Mexico, Earth's lakes warming up due to climate change, NASA Study Finds Earth's Lakes are Warming, Launch of the first online Global Freshwater Biodiversity Atlas, Bedrohter See des Jahres 2017: Tanganjikasee, Threatened Lake of the Year 2017: Lake Tanganyika, Lebendiger See des Jahres 2017: Steinhuder Meer, Living Lake of the Year 2017 - Lake Steinhude, More than 125 countries have given the green light to a higher conservation status for migratory species

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