1..Identify the different natural wealth of the Philippines. Mineral Deposits
According to Bloomberg Businessweek, the Philippines hope to attract USD 6 billion in foreign investment to help develop its stores of gold, nickel, copper, silver, platinum, zinc, and cobalt. The Philippines website reports that its power plants are harnessing the power of geothermal energy to provide 27 percent of the country's total electricity needs. There are geothermal power plants on the islands of Leyte, Negros, Mindanao, and Luzon. Sea Life
According to The Philippine History website, the nation boasts many different kinds of natural water forms including rivers, lakes, bays, gulfs, straits, and swamps. These bodies of water measure 1.67 million square kilometers and are rich in marine resources. There are 2,400 fish species found in the Philippines; those with good commercial value include mackerel, tuna, squid, shrimp, crab, clam, and lobster. The fish are harvested for local consumption and also exported abroad. Sea life also includes...