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    • CA OKs trial of fishermen's class suit vs mining firm 

      Postrado, Leonardo D. (Manila Bulletin, July 13, 2015, on page 4)
      The Court of Appeals (CA ) has given the go signal for the full-blown trial of the class suit filed by a group of fishermen seeking damages against Marcopper Mining Corporation, almost two decades since the disastrous mine ...
    • CA reverses ruling on fishing ordinance 

      Nonato, Vince Alvic Alexis F. (BusinessWorld, April 24, 2015, on page S1/12)
      The Court of Appeals (CA) has reversed the ruling of a local trial court that junked a Camarines Norte town’s ordinance allowing the confiscation of fishing vessels that use illegal paraphernalia. A 16-page decision dated ...
    • Cabadbaran City cultivates 'ridge-to-reef' ecosystem 

      (Manila Bulletin, August 27, 2015, on page B-8)
      The city of Cabadbaran, the provincial capital of August del Norte, is taking the lead in protecting its ridge to reef ecosystem. According to the Department of Environment and Natural Resources' Protected Areas and Wildlife ...
    • Cagayan tourism town to boost fishery industry 

      Domingo, Leander (The Manila Times, August 3, 2018, on page B6)
      With P10 million worth of fisheries livelihood projects as its prize, the municipality of Claveria in Cagayan province has laid down its plans to develop a sustainable fishing industry in its coastal villages. Last year, ...
    • Cagayan town crafts ordinance to protect crablets 

      Domingo, Leander (The Manila Times, August NaN, 2018, on page B5)
      In a move to improve the gathering, selling, and transporting of “rissing” or crablets, the local government unit in this coastal town is coming up with an ordinance to protect the aquatic specie that was crafted in ...
    • California oil spill gushed like hose 'without a nozzle' 

      Associated Press (AP) (Panay News, June 28, 2015, on page 10)
      Firefighters investigating a reported petroleum stench at a California beach last month didn’t take long to find a spill — oil was spreading across the sand and into the surf. Tracing the source, they found crude gushing ...
    • A call to protect La Union's seas and 'pawikan' 

      Alpad, Christina (The Manila Times, May 17, 2016, on page B7)
      Tina Antonio of La Union Soul Movement joined “SOS: Save the Seas Coastival”—dubbed the green alternative to the famous “LaBoracay” Labor Day weekend in Boracay—but she was not there for the sea breeze, fresh seafood and ...
    • Caluya amping up seaweeds prod'n 

      Golez, Prince (Panay News, May 19, 2015, on page 2-15)
      Seaweed farming proves to be a gainful venture for Caluya, Antique, and the municipality eyes boosting its production. Majority of the townsfolk are engaged in seaweed farming. Caluya is the fifth largest seaweed producer ...
    • Caluya could be next tourism miracle 

      (Panay News, May 1, 2016, on page 1-15)
      This cluster of islets that comprise the only isolated municipality of Antique does not look as sad as it sounds. As every Antiqueño knows, "kaluya" means "sadness" in English. Through the initiative of Mayor Genevive Lim ...
    • Caluya goes environmental 

      (Panay News, July 9, 2017, on page 9)
      Mayor Genevive Lim Reyes is leaving no stone unturned in her determination to keep the sea off her town of Caluya, Antique a haven for sea creatures. Recently, a team of experts from the Municipal Agriculture Office and ...
    • Caluya's Tatusan Festival reels off May 22 

      Vego, Herbert (Panay News, April 26, 2015, on page 15-16)
      Every annual celebration of Tatusan Festival, this isolated island municipality literally suspends its isolation in the three days it takes to gather together migrant natives, local and foreign tourists to its white-sand ...
    • Cambodia foiling Asean consensus on sea row, says envoy 

      (Philippine Daily Inquirer, July 24, 2016, on page A5)
      Staunch China ally Cambodia is preventing Southeast Asia from reaching a consensus on the South China Sea after an international tribunal rejected Beijing’s territorial claims to the waters, a diplomat said on Saturday. ...
    • Campaign on to declare Visayan Sea as protected area 

      Dangcalan, Danny (The Philippine Star, June 11, 2015, on page A-27)
      Local government officials in the Visayas and other stakeholders have signed a resolution asking President Aquino to declare the Visayan Sea a marine reserve. The resolution was signed at the 7th Visayan Sea Summit in ...
    • Campaign to save Samar crabs 

      Philippine Information Agency (PIA) (Manila Bulletin, February 20, 2017, on page 8)
      A group of researchers, fisherfolk, and Samarnons have launched a campaign to save Samar Crabs. Jesus Racuyal, director of the Center for Fisheries Aquatic Resources Research and Development (CFFARRD), one of the leaders ...
    • Can bangus from Tigbauan feed the world? 

      (Panay News, November 4, 2017, on page 1, 2, 14)
      Iloilo - Feeding more than nine billion people by 2050 is one of the world’s greatest challenges, according to the United Nations (UN). At the Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center (SEAFDEC) - Aquaculture Department ...
    • Can fish farming in territorial waters feed a hungry world? 

      Hood, Marlowe (Manila Standard, August 16, 2017, on page C4)
      Harvesting fish and shellfish from offshore farms could help provide essential protein to a global population set to expand a third to 10 billion by mid-century, researchers said Monday. Suitable open-sea zones have the ...
    • Can modern technology combat illegal fishing? 

      Conserva, Louine Hope (The Daily Guardian, August 1, 2017, on page 1-7)
      Modern technology could be an effective measure to regulate illegal fishing at the Visayan Sea. The strategy includes the establishment of 120 radar stations all over the country by the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic ...
    • Canadian woman dies after whale jumps onto boat 

      Associated Press (AP) (The Philippine Star, March 13, 2015, on page A-25)
      A Canadian tourist has died in Mexico after a whale jumped on to a boat. Vicente Martinez, the port director in the north-west Mexico beach resort of Cabo San Lucas, said that the 45-year-old woman died from injuries ...
    • Candidates urged to come up with ‘blue agenda’ on sustainable fisheries 

      Miraflor, Madelaine B. (Manila Bulletin, April 23, 2016, on page B-2)
      Presidential candidates are urged to adopt a "blue agenda" in order to build a stronger fishery sector in the next six years. In a statement, non-governmental organizations (NGO) has called on the presidential candidates ...
    • Canned sardines as a fresh papa P 

      (Manila Standard, October 8, 2018, on page C2)
      Actor Piolo Pascual renews his contract as a local sardines brand’s ambassador. Pascual extends his term as the face of Mega Sardines, coinciding with reintroduction of an exciting array of the brand’s variants. Not too ...