Main 8 Southern Islands of Singapore 1.Kusu Island 2.Lazarus Island 3.Pulau Seringat 4.Pulau Tekukor 5.Saint John's Island 6.Sentosa 7.Two Sisters' Islands. Sean Lim Jia Ming. Activities carried out in the Southern Islands which harm the envionment
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1.Kusu Island2.Lazarus Island3.Pulau Seringat4.Pulau Tekukor5.Saint John's Island6.Sentosa7.Two Sisters' Islands
Activities carried out in the Southern Islands which harm the envionment
1. Fishing2. Scuba diving3. Land reclamation4. Petrochemical activities5. Camping6. Visits7. Trekking
1.Fishing-Cornering out certain areas and deem them " No fishing zones".-With regards to the endangered species of fish, capturing of a small group of these fish and breeding them in captivity before releasing them back into the wild to stabilize the threat of them being extinct in the area.
2.Scuba diving and Land reclamation-Certain parts of the coral reef should be protected. It should be isolated and preserved. No activities should be carried out in that designated area.-Companies providing scuba diving services should reinforce the importance of the preservation of the coral reef. They should also personally ensure that the tourists should take care not to damage the coral reefs while scuba diving.-Land reclamation could be carried out in an alternative location where by there are less corals present in the area
3.Petrochemical industries-It should be made illegal to release untreated waste into the environment.
4.Camping and Visits-The tourists should been briefed beforehand that improper conduct or littering would not be tolerated.
5.Trekking-Constant maintenance of the current pathways. This will prevent it from being damaged and avoid the creation of new pathways.