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    • 'Habagat' hurts Negros Occ. agri-fishery 

      Tan, Tiffany Anne (Panay News, August 20, 2016, on page 1-13)
      Heavy rains brought by habagat, or southwest monsoon, caused P6 million worth of damage to crops and fisheries in various parts of Negros Occidental. A total of 501 farmers and fisherfolk in the city of Cadiz and the ...
    • The Hague tribunal: ramifications of ruling 

      Carpio, Antonio T. (Philippine Daily Inquirer, July 21, 2016, on page A1-A16)
      Last week’s ruling of an UNCLOS tribunal on the South China Sea dispute has two distinct but related ramifications. The first deals with the rights to the resources of the South China Sea among the coastal states, and the ...
    • Hainan fisheries rules 

      PN (Panay News, January 21, 2014, on page 10)
      The Hainan fisheries law is only one of the unilateral measures by China to force a change in the regional status quo in order to advance its nine-dash line position of undisputed sovereignty over nearly the entire South ...
    • Half of Agri department's fish landing, cold storage projects due after 2016 

      Conserva, Louine Hope (BusinessWorld, October 16, 2015, on page S1/2)
      More small fish landing centers and cold storage facilities are being planned by the Department of Agriculture (DA) after the 252 lined up this year until 2016. Asis G. Perez, director of the DA’s Bureau of Fisheries and ...
    • Half of world's sea turtles have swallowed plastic or other rubbish 

      (Manila Bulletin, September 16, 2015, on page 6)
      Rubbish and debris entering into the marine environment become a more high profile issue after Australian researchers found more than half of the world's sea turtles have swallowed plastic or other rubbish. Research from ...
    • Half-year underwater cleanup in Antique's Nogas Island begins 

      Philippine News Agency (PNA); PN (Panay News, October 13, 2018, on page 13)
      A group of divers led an underwater cleanup drive in Nogas Island, a famous diving destination located in Anini-y town. “We look forward to have a cleaner reef for Nogas Island and control the overpopulation of the crown ...
    • Hamilo Coast ensures sustainable marine life 

      (Malaya, March 10, 2017, on page A10)
      One of the abundant naval species thriving in Hamilo Coast are marine turtles, particularly the Olive Ridley sea turtles. With its coves as frequent nesting grounds of marine turtles, Hamilo Coast is dedicated to the regular ...
    • Handline fishing docks eyed in Benham 

      (Manila Standard, March 19, 2018, on page A6)
      Handline tuna fishing could improve in a big way the living standards of marginal families in the coastal communities around the region, according to Atienza, the senior deputy minority leader. Atienza earlier urged ...
    • Happy Fishermen 

      (Panay News, July 17, 2015, on page 15)
      The fish tuloy is very abundant this month and is expected to be more abundant in the coming months of the year. At the fishing port, fishermen haul their catch from the nets (waswas), put them in fish tubs (banyera) and ...
    • Harassed in our own waters 

      Abesamis, Teresa S. (BusinessWorld, June 13, 2018, on page S1/6)
      First of all, why is the China Coast Guard patrolling our own waters, the West Philippine China Sea, which by international law, the UNCLOS (United National Convention on the Law of the Sea) to which both China and the ...
    • Haribon completes training course to protect Naujan Lake 

      (Philippine Daily Inquirer, March 13, 2017, on page A14)
      Environmental group Haribon Foundation had launched its Biodiversity Fellows Program, a training course for local leaders and environmental officers in towns surrounding the biodiversity-rich Naujan Lake National Park in ...
    • Harnessing the sea for common benefit 

      Ei, Sun Oh (The Manila Times, December 6, 2017, on page A6)
      The South China Sea (as is commonly known internationally, although also variously known as West Philippine Sea in the Philippines and South Sea in China) is vital for both the world and the Asian regional economy for at ...
    • Harvesting the full potential of seaweed, bangus in Davao 

      Dela Peña, Zinnia B. (The Philippine Star, July 23, 2017, on page B4)
      The Department of Agriculture’s Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR) will underscore its marketing chain projects for Davao Region’s seaweed and milkfish industries at the 24th Agrilink, Foodlink and Aqualink ...
    • Hatcheries to boost aquaculture in Cagayan towns 

      Domingo, Leander C. (The Manila Times, June 8, 2018, on page B5)
      Tuguegarao City: At least two new fish hatcheries have started operation in separate coastal municipalities in Cagayan to boost the aquaculture industry in the region. In Abulug town, the hatchery has already produced ...
    • Hatchery production technology to boost milkfish production 

      Philippine News Agency (PNA) (Panay News, January 30, 2016, on page B2)
      Milkfish, the second top aquaculture species produced in the country, has a swelling demand, hence the need to increase its production. Addressing this concern, the manual Development and Management of Milkfish Broodstock ...
    • Hatchery training course set in Iloilo 

      (The Visayan Daily Star, February 12, 2008, on page 15)
      Applications are now open for participation in the first in-country marine fish hatchery training course for the Philippines to be held in Iloilo by the Network of Aquaculture Centers in the Asia Pacific and the Southeast ...
    • Hawaii warns diners of risks of raw food 

      Associated Press (Philippine Daily Inquirer, August 18, 2016, on page A11)
      Honolulu—Hawaii authorities are urging diners to be aware of the risks of eating raw and undercooked food after they traced a hepatitis A outbreak to frozen scallops served raw at a sushi restaurant chain. The department ...
    • Healing the water shed 

      Mana-ay, Edgar (The Daily Guardian, April 22, 2015, on page 4-5)
      The metro Iloilo water district (MIWD) board is correct in focusing it's concern on the watershed as the main source of its potable water supply. The first thing fisherman engineering student is taught is to define understand ...
    • Healthiest fish to eat 

      (Panay News, September 10, 2015, on page B3)
      Fish can provide an excellent low-calorie protein source without the fat and cholesterol of red meats. However; some varieties such as shark and mackerel are very high in mercury. Mercury is a known carcinogen and a pollutant ...
    • Healthy bay? count the turtles 

      Mallari, Delfin T. Jr. (Philippine Daily Inquirer, February 28, 2017, on page A17)
      The annual spectacle “is a manifestation of our commitment to the protection and rehabilitation of the bay,” said Edwin Frias, 46, a fisherman and Bantay Dagat (fish warden) from the village of Bignay II. Frias and other ...