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    • Obama asks India to do more for climate change 

      Agence France-Presse (AFP) (Manila Standard, January 28, 2015, on page B5)
      President Barack Obama said the United States could be India's "best partner" Tuesday but urged his hists to do more in the battle against climate change as he wrapped up a three-day visit to New Delhi. Speaking to an ...
    • Obama plans to quadruple Hawaii marine protected area 

      (Manila Bulletin, September 1, 2016, on page B8)
      The White House says that President Barack Obama will expand a national monument off the coast of Hawaii, creating the world's largest marine protected area. Obama's proclamation will quadruple in size a monument originally ...
    • Obama presses China on sea row 

      (The Philippine Star, September 5, 2016, on page 10)
      U.S. President Barack Obama pressed his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping on Saturday on territorial disputes in the South China Sea, urging Beijing to uphold its legal obligations and stressing the United States’ commitments ...
    • Obama to unveil tougher climate change plan 

      (Philippine Daily Inquirer, August 4, 2015, on page A16)
      President Barack Obama will unveil on Monday the final version of his plan to tackle greenhouse gases from coal-fired power plants, kicking off what is expected to be a tumultuous legal battle between federal environmental ...
    • Obama warns China: don't 'throw elbows' 

      Valente, Catherine (The Manila Times, June 3, 2015, on page A1-A8)
      US President Barack Obama on Monday weighed in on territorial disputes in the West Philippine Sea), urging regional powers, particularly China, to respect the law and stop "throwing elbows." As several Asian regional powers ...
    • Obama warns China: Don't 'throw elbows' 

      Valente, Catherine (The Manila Times, June 3, 2015, on page A1-A8)
      US President Barack Obama on Monday weighed in on territorial disputes in the South China Sea, urging regional powers, particularly China, to respect the law and stop "throwing elbows." As several Asian regional powers ...
    • Obama warns China: tensions rise over world tribunal's maritime ruling 

      Agence France-Presse (AFP) (Manila Standard, September 9, 2016, on page A1-A2)
      US President Barack Obama warned Beijing Thursday it could not ignore a tribunal's ruling rejecting its sweeping claims to the South China Sea, driving tensions higher in a territorial row that threatens regional security. ...
    • Obama-Xi talks tackle sea dispute 

      Agence France-Presse (AFP) (Manila Standard, April 2, 2016, on page A2)
      US President Barack Obama opened a meeting with his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping with a promise of candid discussion over Beijing’s alleged military buildup in the South China Sea. “We will have candid exchanges about ...
    • Obama: China must abide by ruling on sea row 

      (The Philippine Star, September 9, 2016, on page 8)
      US President Barack Obama warned yesterday an international tribunal’s ruling that China’s sweeping claims to the South China Sea had no legal basis was “binding,” after Beijing vowed to ignore the verdict. “The landmark ...
    • ‘Occupy all islands in West PH Sea’ 

      Valente, Catherine S. (The Manila Times, April 7, 2017, on page A1-A2)
      President Rodrigo Duterte on Thursday ordered the Armed Forces of the Philippines to occupy all islands being claimed by the country in the West Philippine Sea (South China Sea). Speaking to reporters following a visit to ...
    • Occupy Spratly isles? too late 

      Yap, DJ; Tubeza, Philip; Salaverria, Leila B. (Philippine Daily Inquirer, April 8, 2017, on page A4)
      Magdalo Rep. Gary Alejano on Friday ridiculed President Rodrigo Duterte’s vow to deploy troops to unoccupied South China Sea islands and reefs claimed by the Philippines, saying nothing was left to grab in those disputed ...
    • Ocean conference calls for action to reverse human damage. 

      Lee-Brago, Pia (The Philippine Star, June 8, 2017, on page B4)
      In the run-up to World Ocean Day today, the United Nations Ocean Conference opened earlier this week with calls for united global action to reverse human damage. At the opening Monday of the international conference on the ...
    • Ocean currents 

      Bulao, Magnolia D. (Panay News, March 28, 2018, on page B2)
      In this article , the lesson about the ocean currents or the properties of water density due to temperature and various concentrations of salt is being discussed through an activity where materials needed are as follows: ...
    • 'Ocean filling' activities cost US$108.9 M per year - study 

      de Vera, Ellalyn; Namit, Madel Sabater (Manila Bulletin, April 24, 2015, on page 1-16)
      The total economic value of destroyed coral reefs from the ongoing reclamation activities of China in the West Philippine Sea has reached US$352,249 per hectare of coral reef, equivalent to an economic loss of US$108.9 ...
    • Ocean heat wave harming 12,000 sq-km of world's coral reefs - experts 

      Reuters (Manila Bulletin, October 9, 2015, on page 1-18)
      Corals reefs are suffering a severe underwater heat wave this year for the third time on record, including a mysterious warm patch in the Pacific known as “The Blob”, scientists said on Thursday. The bout of record high ...
    • The ocean is dying (1) 

      Mercene, Floro (Manila Bulletin, May 22, 2017, on page 14)
      The alarming rise in the price of fish is linked to the alarming rise of ocean temperature, which killed the coral reefs in our oceans. Remove the corrals and you remove the marine creatures’ source of food, habitat, and ...
    • The ocean is dying (2) 

      Mercene, Floro (Manila Bulletin, May 26, 2017, on page 12)
      There were many factors that caused the death of the Great Barrier Reef (GBR) but among them were drilling for oil and mining and the death blow was global warming. The uncontrolled use of fossil fuels such as carbon, oil, ...
    • Ocean Month celeb bats for 'detoxifying' waters 

      Subong, Elsa (The Daily Guardian, May 17, 2016, on page B6)
      The 17th year of the Ocean Month celebration in May 2016 focuses is on the need to cure the oceans and the coastal areas of toxic elements. The Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR), which spearheads the ...
    • Ocean's deepest part filled with toxic pollutants,study reveals 

      (Manila Bulletin, February 16, 2017, on page B9)
      “Extraordinary levels” of pollution have been found in the Mariana Trench, the deepest part of the Earth’s oceans. Pollutants from the 1970s have accumulated among the crustaceans that live there, contaminating life 11,000 ...
    • Oceanographic instrument found near Panatag 

      Sison, Bebot Jr (The Philippine Star, November 14, 2016, on page 7)
      Fishermen from this town found an oceanographic instrument – a device for measuring seawater properties –with the mark “National Oceanographic Office, USA,” while fishing near the disputed Scarborough or Panatag Shoal in ...