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    • Ibajay's Mangrove Eco-Tourism Park: A Nature's Haven 

      Reyes, Jessie L.; Villasis, Sally (Panay News, January 26, 2010, on page B1)
      Mayor Ma. Lourdes Miraflores of Ibajay disclosed that the "Katunggan it Ibajay" is the only and most diverse natural growth mangrove community in the whole Philippines and even in Southeast Asia as confirmed by the Southeast ...
    • ICC 2016: Taking action for clean, litter-free oceans 

      (Manila Bulletin, September 17, 2016, on page 12)
      The 31st International Coastal Cleanup (ICC) Day is observed on September 17, 2016, the third Saturday of the month, in many parts of the world. ICC, the largest volunteer effort for the health of oceans, mobilizes hundreds ...
    • Ice bridge in Argentine glacier collapses 

      (The Philippine Star, March 14, 2018, on page 17)
      An ice bridge that was part of a glacier at the tip of Argentina has collapsed in the dead of night.
    • Iceberg breaks off glacier 

      Associated Press (AP) (Manila Bulletin, July 16, 2018, on page 4)
      An iceberg four miles wide has broken off from a glacier in eastern Greenland and scientists have captured the dramatic event on video. New York University professor David Holland, an expert in atmospheric and ocean science, ...
    • ICFAS highlights sustainable management in fisheries industry 

      Gallos, Lenilyn (The Daily Guardian, December 6, 2018, on page 13)
      The 4th International Conference on Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences (ICFAS) organized by the University of the Philippines Visayas through the College of Management focused on building, bridging, and driving the fisheries ...
    • If China deploys missiles so should we 

      Saludo, Ricardo (The Manila Times, May 8, 2018, on page A1-A5)
      No amount of global protest will make China remove anti-ship and anti-aircraft missiles reportedly installed on the three islands it reclaimed in the South China Sea. Assuming President-for-life Xi Jinping approved deployment, ...
    • Ifugao Festival focuses on climate change 

      Comanda, Zaldy C. (Manila Bulletin, June 18, 2015, on page 9)
      As part of the festival, Legarda’s committee will conduct a hearing at the Provincial Capitol to explain the effects of climate change to the local communities in the Cordillera region and to discuss environmental ...
    • Ignoring climate change will be disastrous: DA 

      (Malaya, August 10, 2015, on page B3)
      An official of the Department of Agriculture recently warned that the Philippines will continue to lose billions of pesos worth of public infrastructure and human lives if "we continue to ignore" climate change. "From the ...
    • Illegal fish cages at Iloilo River demolished 

      (Panay News, June 28, 2016, on page 4)
      Twenty-one illegal fish cages locally called punot at the Iloilo River were demolished from Carpenter's Bridge upstream along Barangay Navais, Mandurriao district and Barangay Sooc, Arevalo district.
    • Illegal fish pens dismantled in Laguna de Bay 

      Macairan, Evelyn; Villanueva, Rhodina (The Philippine Star, January 27, 2017, on page A-23)
      A government task force led by the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) has started dismantling illegal fish pens in Laguna de Bay. The task force which is also composed of representatives of the Laguna ...
    • Illegal fishermen 

      Estacio, Danny (Manila Bulletin, January 29, 2015, on page 14)
      Fifteen suspected illegal fishermen were arrested Tuesday morning after they were caught in the act of using unauthorized fishing methods at sea in Barangay Kanluran Calutan, this town. Senior Superintendent Ronaldo Genaro ...
    • 'Illegal fishermen' fined 

      Nepomoceno, Juan A. (The Daily Guardian, June 17, 2015, on page 4)
      The municipal government of Concepcion, Iloilo collected some P90,000 in fine from 36 fishermen who dared to operate without permits earlier this week. Task Force operatives apprehended 24 fishermen catching squid eight ...
    • Illegal fishers arrested in Concepcion, Carles 

      Nepomoceno, Jezza A. (Panay News, October 30, 2015, on page 4)
      Eight fishermen using active gears within the municipal waters of Carles and Concepcion towns were apprehended from Oct. 25 to 27. They were detained in jails, according to Police Officer 3 Charlie Asturias of Provincial ...
    • Illegal fishers back in Quezon, tap kids as workers 

      Mallari, Delfin T. Jr. (Philippine Daily Inquirer, September 22, 2017, on page A21)
      Illegal fishers are back in the bays of Tayabas and Lamon in Quezon province, this time with minors reportedly working on fishing boats, an official of an environmental group said. “The recruitment of minors as boat workers ...
    • Illegal fishers caught in Concepcion waters 

      Garcia, EC (Panay News, September 18, 2015, on page 2-19)
      The Iloilo Provincial Bantay Dagat Task Force apprehended a commercial fishing boat engaged in purse seine fishing and two motorized boats engaged in shell gathering with the use of air compressor off the waters of Concepcion, ...
    • Illegal fishers defy Sagay marine reserve restrictions 

      Garcia, Mark (Manila Bulletin, December 9, 2017, on page 9)
      Illegal fishing continues at the country’s biggest marine reserve in Sagay City, Negros Occidental, even during the closed fishing season which was enforced beginning last month, a pro-environment group and other stakeholders ...
    • Illegal Fishing 

      (Panay News, July 8, 2017, on page 10)
      Illegal fishing remains a concern in Iloilo province although the Bantay Dagat is doing all it can to catch poachers. Some quarters may find this concern picayune compared to illegal drugs. Increasing national productivity ...
    • Illegal fishing around Pagasa Island worries residents 

      Aben, Elena (Manila Bulletin, May 17, 2015, on page 13)
      Residents of Pagasa (Thitu) Island in the West Philippine Sea (South China Sea) have expressed concern over the illegal fishing activities being done by Chinese and Vietnamese fishermen who, they said, are resorting to the ...
    • Illegal fishing cases surge 

      Napomoceno, Jezza (Panay News, June 10, 2015, on page 2-15)
      In just five months, the criminal charges filed against illegal fishers here nearly doubled compared to last year's accomplishment of the Bantay Bata Task Force. The task force reported that the number of cases filed in ...
    • Illegal fishing charges field vs 17 Vietnamese nationals 

      Lazaro, Freddie (Manila Bulletin, September 15, 2016, on page 7)
      Vigan City, Ilocos Sur - The police filed poaching charges poaching against 17 Vietnamese fishermen arrested at the West Philippine Sea last week. It was reported that the Vietnamese vessels equipped with "superlights' ...