Baguio City Rep. Mark Go on Monday filed a bill seeking a 10-year moratorium on tree-cutting in the city.
In a Facebook post, Go said he filed House Bill 7090, which seeks to safeguard the remaining 2.5 million trees in the city, of which, 500,000 are Benguet pine trees.
"The cutting of trees in Baguio whether in private and public land is going to be prohibited for a period of 10 years except in cases where you have dead trees as well as infected trees that are beyond reviving or may pose danger to life and property," Go said.
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