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    • Earth Day 2018 inspires volunteering activities at Globe 

      (The Daily Guardian, June 5, 2018, on page 12-13)
      As part of its volunteerism — or “volunteaming”—efforts to celebrate Earth Day, one of the world’s most important environment care-related events, Globe employees shared their time and skills by participating in various ...
    • Earth Day: Subic corals are nursed back to life 

      Macatuno, Allan (Philippine Daily Inquirer, April 24, 2016, on page A1)
      Subic Bay Freeport—To mark Earth Day here on Friday, a nongovernment organization (NGO) took to the seas. Sangkalikasan Producers Cooperative has spearheaded efforts to nurse coral reefs back to health in Subic Bay, one ...
    • Eastern Visayas region targets rebound in fisheries output 

      Meniano, Sarwell (Panay News, April 23, 2015, on page S1/5)
      The Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources(BFAR) is targeting the restoration of regional fishery production this year back to 2012 levels after more than a year of post-Haiyan rehabilitation activity. BFAR Regional ...
    • Easy credit access for farmers, fisherfolks 

      Toreno, Shiela Mae H. (The Daily Guardian, July 7, 2017, on page B1-B7)
      Farmers, animal raisers, and fisherfolk of Tigbauan, Iloilo will no longer run to private lenders and pay high interest rate to finance their farms. With the Production Loan Easy Access (PLEA) credit program of the Department ...
    • EC allows Phi more time to curb illegal fishing 

      Lee-Brago, Pia (The Philippine Star, February 22, 2015, on page B-4)
      The European Commission has granted a six-month extension to the Philippines to finalize the adoption and implementation of measures against illegal fishing to prevent trade sanctions on Philippine fisheries imports. The ...
    • ECC suspension of compliant Boracay firms lifted 

      Villanueva, Rhodina; Simeon, Louise Maureen (The Philippine Star, October 13, 2108, on page 12)
      The suspension of the environmental compliance certificates (ECCs) of compliant establishments in Boracay has been lifted, Environment Secretary Roy Cimatu said yesterday. Cimatu ordered the suspension of the ECCs last ...
    • Eco-friendly boats for sustainable fishing 

      (Malaya, January 6, 2017, on page A10)
      SN Aboitiz Power-Magat Inc. turned over 15 fiberglass boats to fisherfolk organizations in Isabela, Ifugao and Nueva Vizcaya to promote sustainable livelihood. The boats were the result of a fiberglass boat making training ...
    • 'Eco-rangers' train at Naujan Lake 

      Franco-Abanador, Rain Rhymes (The Manila Times, January 13, 2015, on page B8)
      Did you know that the science of climate change start with the sun? What have you done for the planet today? These are two of the questions I’ve encountered during my four-day “Eco-Ranger Training Workshop” last year at ...
    • ‘Eco-terrorism victimizes butanding’ 

      Villanueva, Marichu A. (The Philippine Star, January 27, 2016, on page 13)
      The New York-based Royal Carribean Cruises Ltd. (RCL) launched last Monday a global partnership with the World Wildlife Fund (WWF)-Philippines to promote what they chose to support as the most environmentally sustainable ...
    • Ecobricks movement gaining ground in PH 

      Gajate, Stanley Buenafe (The Manila Times, June 21, 2018, on page B6)
      The use of Ecobricks is gaining ground in the Philippines with a handful of green advocates believing it could help the country reduce plastic pollution, especially in water bodies. “In the beginning, it was more like for ...
    • Ecotourism site to rise in MM 

      Echeminada, Perseus (The Philippine Star, March 4, 2017, on page 5)
      Sen. Cynthia Villar made this declaration Thursday, as project proponents have already withdrawn to pave the way for the full development of the Las Piñas-Parañaque Critical Habitat Eco-tourism Areas (LPPCHEA). Earlier, ...
    • Ecotourism, ecolodges, and Hitesh Mehta 

      Tarriela, Flor (Manila Bulletin, April 16, 2015, on page B-2)
      The Philippines, with 7,100 islands, is rich in natural resources. We have very high biodiversity in marine life, flora fauna that we must preserve. We hope that there will be tourist developments and destinations that ...
    • EDC to rehabilitate Boracay wetland 

      Saulon, Victor V. (BusinessWorld, January 28, 2019, on page S1/2)
      Lopez-LED Energy Development Corp. (EDC) has allocated P10 million to rehabilitate a 7.79-hectare wetland in Boracay that it “adopted” in a three-year plan that is expected to turn the area into a money-earning venture for ...
    • Editorial: Saving Earth 

      (The Philippine Star, April 23, 2018, on page 12)
      Across the country, many other travel destinations can use more aggressive action, although not the draconian measures being applied in Boracay, to stop pollution and protect the environment. The concept of sustainability ...
    • Eel farming venture in Leyte gets tax perks 

      Cahiles-Magkilat, Bernie (Manila Bulletin, May 9, 2017, on page B-5)
      Oceans Ace Philippines Export Import Corporation will start exporting live eel to Japan and Korea from its eel farming culture operation in Hindang, Leyte. The P18-million facility has been approved by the Board of Investments ...
    • Eel growers, DA eye crack at export market 

      De Vera, Ellalyn B. (Manila Bulletin, January 20, 2015, on page 12)
      The Department of Agriculture (DA) and eel growers in the country have agreed to consolidate their efforts to compete in the lucrative export market, amid the dwindling supply of Anguilla japonica, the preferred eel variety ...
    • Eel production in Region 2 on the rise 

      Tabangin, Melissa (The Manila Times, August 17, 2015, on page A7)
      Cagayan Valley is experiencing an increase in eel production that can allow the region to ship more to the world market and increase supply to the domestic market. Meanwhile, there is an initiative in Butuan City in Agusan ...
    • El Nido Resorts guides turn Bacuit Bay into tourist attraction 

      (The Philippine Star, May 8, 2017, on page E5)
      El Nido Resorts guides from Miniloc, Lagen and Pangulasian in Bacuit Bay, and those in Apulit, the fourth El Nido Resort in the Sulu Sea, are among the best trained in creating awareness and fostering appreciation for ...
    • El Niño alert abandoned as Australia predicts 'neutral' Pacific ocean 

      (BusinessWorld, January 22, 2015, on page S1/5)
      The risk of an El Niño in coming months dropped after indicators eased for the event that brings drought to Asia and heavier-than-usual rains to South America. "Since late 2014, most ENSO indicators have eased back from ...
    • El Niño blamed for low fish catch 

      Acupan, Fraire (Panay News, April 23, 2016, on page 13)
      Fisherfolk in Negros Occidental were experiencing a decrease in catch. They were blaming the El Niño phenomenon. The extreme heat brought by El Niño has resulted in the 70-percent drop in their average catch, according ...