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    • Maasin watershed is heavily silted 

      Conserva, Louine Hope (The Daily Guardian, February 14, 2018, on page 7)
      The Metro Iloilo Bulk Water Supply Corp. (MIB) appealed for a comprehensive multi-sectoral approach in managing the Maasin watershed which is now heavily silted. MIB is a joint venture company of Metro Iloilo Water District ...
    • Major shifts in fish feed formulations 

      Icamina, Paul M. (Malaya, May 25, 2012, on page A9)
      Fish Feed formulations are undergoing major shifts, away from fishmeal and toward the plant, protein concentrates. One reason is the pressure that fish meals and fish oil- for - example, from anchovies, sardines, sprats, ...
    • Make way for 'Hipon 911' ambulance for white shrimps 

      Visperas, Eva (The Philippine Star, September 4, 2008, on page A-20)
      Make way for “Hipon 911,” an ambulance basically for white shrimps called Penaeus vannamei. A first in the country, the Hipon 911 has a licensed veterinarian and four other personnel of the Department of Agriculture and ...
    • Make West Philippine Sea a peace park — earth lawyer 

      Bondoc, Jarius (The Philippine Star, July 6, 2018, on page 11)
      China is destroying Philippine coral reefs, a world-renowned Filipino environment lawyer laments. Spawning grounds for the world’s fish need saving. The powerful neighbor must answer for the ruin, says UN-honored ...
    • Making fisheries 'sexy' 

      Honasan, Alya B. (Philippine Daily Inquirer, September 25, 2016, on page C2)
      The Visit of Alexandra Cousteau has thrust Oceana Philippines, the two-year-old local office of environmental organization Oceana, into the spotlight. Cousteau was the special guest at a media forum on the recent exploratory ...
    • Making our seas sustainable 

      (Panay News, September 28, 2018, on page 8)
      It is hoped that today’s meeting of governors of the provinces sharing the bounties of the Visayan Sea would be able to come up with doable plans to curb exploitative commercial fishing and destructive fishing practices ...
    • Malacañang accuses China of violating int'l laws 

      Kabiling, Genalyn D. (Manila Bulletin, January 18, 2016, on page 1-17)
      The Philippine government has accused China of violating international laws with its reported establishment of more airstrips on artificial islands in the disputed West Philippine Sea (South China Sea). Presidential ...
    • Malandog River in Antique up for rehab 

      (The Daily Guardian, May 30, 2017, on page B7)
      The Malandog River in Hamtic town in the province of Antique is up for rehabilitation to regain its once pristine state. Secretary Roy A. Cimatu of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) in his recent ...
    • Malay LGU spurns 'big events' 

      Tayona, Glenda (Panay News, April 2, 2018, on page 1-14)
      According to the Malay local government, its decision to prohibit big “LaBoracay” events this year is in line with “the rehabilitation of Boracay Island since big events for Labor Day generates a significant increase in ...
    • Malay officials, private resorts indicated for Boracay water crisis 

      Hachero, Ashzel (Malaya, July 20, 2018, on page B3)
      The National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) yesterday filed criminal charges against Malay, Aklan town Mayor Ceriron Cawaling, local officials and private corporations before the Department of Justice (DOJ) in relation to ...
    • Malaysia condemns Chinese ‘islands’ 

      (Philippine Daily Inquirer, October 19, 2015, on page A1-A4)
      China’s construction work on reefs in the South China Sea is “unwarranted provocation,” Malaysia’s military chief said on Sunday in a rare public comment about the spat from a country that has its own claims in the heavily ...
    • Malaysia establishes biggest 1-million-hectare marine park 

      (Panay News, June 10, 2016, on page B3-B14)
      Malaysia has just established the biggest marine protected area (MPA) in the country. The Tun Mustapha park (TMP) occupies 1m hectares (2.47m acres) of seascape off the northern tip of Sabah province in Borneo, a region ...
    • Malaysia, Indonesia act on sea disputes 

      Agence France-Presse (AFP) (Philippine Daily Inquirer, February 7, 2015, on page 11)
      The leaders of Malaysia and Indonesia on Friday pledged renewed efforts to resolve stubborn disputes over maritime borders that have long nagged at one of Southeast Asia's most important bilateral relationships. Malaysian ...
    • Mamburao tuna festival ushers in Lenten season 

      Evora, Robert A. (Manila Standard, March 16, 2015, on page A7)
      “Feast on fish this Lenten season,” a reminder from the government’s Food and Nutrition Research Institute said. Abstaining from eating meat, like pork, chicken, and red meat, and substituting it with fish is not at the ...
    • Man dies after shark attack off Cape Cod 

      Associated Press (AP) (The Philippine Star, September 17, 2018, on page 17)
      A man was bitten by a shark Saturday in the water off a Cape Cod beach and died later at a hospital, becoming the state’s first shark attack fatality in more than 80 years. The 26-year-old man from Revere succumbed to his ...
    • Man survives river croc attact 

      Recuenco, Aaron (Manila Bulletin, August 24, 2018, on page 5)
      A 28-year-old man almost got himself devoured by a big crocodile while fishing in the river in Bataraza, Palawan, last weekend, the police reported Thursday. Superintendent Imelda Tolentino, spokesperson of the Police ...
    • Management framework for sardines needed 

      Talavera, Catherine (The Philippine Star, March 11, 2018, on page B5)
      The Philippine government needs to craft a national management framework to address the overfishing of sardines, a number of local fisheries experts said. University of the Philippines- Visayas scientist Wilfredo Campos ...
    • Management, protection of marine sanctuaries DENR’s top priority 

      Newman, Minerva (Manila Bulletin, December 28, 2017, on page 7)
      The Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) in Central Visayas will prioritize the long-term protection and management of coastal and marine ecosystems in the region. Eddie Llamedo, chief of the DENR regional ...
    • Managing Boracay as ancestral land and as protected landscape 

      Contreras, Antonio (The Manila Times, June 7, 2018, on page A4-A5)
      The Department of Agrarian Reform (DAR) through Undersecretary David Erro, perhaps in its desire to please the President who wants to convert the entire Boracay island into a land reform area, has boldly announced that ...
    • Managing protected areas through PPP 

      Mayuga, Jonathan (BusinessMirror, May 21, 2018, on page A9)
      The Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) is ready to accept applications for Special-Use Agreement in Protected Areas (Sapa) after Environment Secretary Roy A. Cimatu recently announced the lifting of ...