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CRBO2012: Laguna Lake Development Authority Laguna de Bay Basin by Dolora Nepomuceno

CRBO2012: Laguna Lake Development Authority Laguna de Bay Basin by Dolora Nepomuceno

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Laguna Lake Development Authority Laguna de Bay Basin by Dolora Nepomuceno
Laguna Lake Development Authority Laguna de Bay Basin by Dolora Nepomuceno

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Laguna Lake Development AuthorityLaguna de Bay Basin
February 8, 2012
Dolora N. NepomucenoDolora N. NepomucenoAssistant General ManagerAssistant General ManagerLLDA
 
Laguna de BayRegion
Largest lake in the Philippines,considered as ecological & economicresourceMega watershed, 24 river basins, 63LGUs with 14.404 million people ofwhich 29 LGUs along the lakeshorewith 3.92 millionMultiplicity/inter-relationship/conflictsof lake usesStrategic location (seat of governmentand headquarters of all linedepartments, the military and policeauthorities)Key industrial, commercial andresidential location
900 km2
 
Legal Framework
Republic Act 4850 (1966) created LLDA to promote and accelerate thedevelopment and balanced growth
Presidential Decree 813 (1975) expanded LLDA’s mandate to includeenvironmental protection, and issue permits for the use of surface waters
Executive Order 927 granted LLDA water rights over surface waters;abate/control pollution; collect fees for the water uses
Philippine Clean Water Act (2004) declared Laguna de Bay Water QualityManagement AreaInstitutional Arrangements
Administratively attached to DENR; interacts with 2 regional ENR officeswith decentralized ENR regulatory responsibilities
Over 30 other water-related agencies operating in the basin & 66 LGUswith environment-related functions (1991 Local Government Code), butLLDA Governing Board has limited stakeholders/agency representationsFinancial Arrangements
Fiscal independence –LLDA authorized to generate, appropriate,channel & leverage its own funds to fulfill IWRM roles/activities

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