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    • Zambales fisherfolk harassed by China gets livelihood assistance 

      Regala, Franco G. (Manila Bulletin, July 11, 2015, on page 8)
      The provincial government said yesterday it has been creating alternative sources of livelihood for the more than 10,000 fisherfolk in the province adversely affected by the harassment of Chinese authorities in the disputed ...
    • Zambales fishermen favor strong President to end China's blockade 

      (Philippine Daily Inquirer, May 7, 2016, on page A18)
      A 30-foot trawler named "Marvin" lies beached on a grass bank overlooking the South China Sea, idle since China's Coast Guard began driving away Philippine fishermen after a fierce standoff four years ago. Its 10-man crew ...
    • Zambales fishers find more dredging devices 

      Macatuno, Allan (Philippine Daily Inquirer, August 16, 2015, on page A8)
      Fishermen are towing a kilometer-long dredge floater assembly, hoping to bring it to shore today, after they found it drifting at sea several kilometers from Iba, Zambales, on Friday night. At least 30 fishermen from ...
    • Zambales fishers raring to return to Scarborough but wait 

      Macatuno, Allan (Philippine Daily Inquirer, September 4, 2016, on page A8)
      Fishermen from this coastal town said they were waiting for confirmation from government officials on whether they could return to the contested Scarborough Shoal amid reports that China would soon allow them to fish in ...
    • Zambales fishers receive processing equipment 

      Reyes, Jonas (Manila Bulletin, July 9, 2015, on page 14)
      A fishing community in Zambales received ₱167,480 worth of equipment under the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) Shared Service Facility (SSF) program. The agency gave the Camiing Fisherfolk Association Incorporated ...
    • Zambales fishers won't take Chinese bait: fishermen impressed but hesitant to use aquaculture technology from China 

      Macatuno, Allan (Philippine Daily Inquirer, March 4, 2017, on page A10)
      A five-day visit to China in January failed to convince some leaders of Zambales and Palawan fishing communities to accept aquaculture technology being offered by the Chinese government. The fishermen and BFAR officials, ...
    • Zambales river set for dredging 

      (The Philippine Star, November NaN, 2018, on page B7)
      One of three big rivers in Zambales that had been rendered virtually dead since the Mt. Pinatubo eruption in 1991 will be rehabilitated and dredged of its lahar deposits by a dredging and mining company, reportedly at no ...
    • Zambales taps Canadian firm vs intrusion in disputed seas 

      Macatuno, Allan (Philippine Daily Inquirer, April 24, 2015, on page A12)
      The province that is staring Chinese aggression in the face has secured help from a Canadian surveillance firm to keep track of the intrusion of foreign vessels and other marine activities in the West Philippine Sea. Backed ...
    • Zambo City all set for massive mangrove planting 

      Lacson, Nonoy E. (Manila Bulletin, January 21, 2014, on page 16)
      The Community Environment and Natural Resources Office (CENRO) in this city will embark on a massive planting of mangroves in at least three coastal villages of this city in an effort to revive the spawning site, habitat ...
    • Zambo mayor slams Navy over coral reef damage 

      Lacson, Nonoy E. (Manila Bulletin, May 7, 2017, on page 16)
      An infuriated Mayor Maria Isabelle Climaco sought sanctions against two Philippine Navy personnel and called the attention of regional Navy officials after a patrol ship damaged protected coral reefs off Sta. Cruz Island ...
    • Zamboanga fishermen get green light to cast nets 

      Campos, Othel V. (Manila Standard, March 2, 2018, on page A5)
      Fishermen in the Zamboanga Peninsula can start fishing for sardines this March, as the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources officially lifted the off-season period at midnight of Thursday. The three-month fishing ban ...
    • Zamboanga fishing ban boosts sardines population 

      Ocampo, Karl R. (Philippine Daily Inquirer, March 3, 2018, on page A3)
      The three-month fishing ban off Zamboanga Peninsula has greatly contributed to the increase in the population of sardines in the region, according to the Department of Agriculture. Earlier this week, the Bureau of Fisheries ...
    • Zamboanga puts up 1st seaweed gene bank, nursery 

      Growth with Equity in Mindanao (GEM) Program (The Philippine Star, April 1, 2007, on page B-5)
      Seaweed farmers in Western Mindanao will soon have a regular source of quality seedlings because of the establishment of a seaweed gene bank and nursery at the Rio Hondo campus of the Zamboanga State College of Marine ...
    • Zamboanga stakes claim as RP’s top seaweed producer 

      (The Philippine Star, March 23, 2008, on page C-6-C-7)
      In the face of declining seaweed harvests in the country’s traditional major seaweed production centers, the regional office of the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR) in Region IX has taken bold steps to ...
    • Zero marine litter 

      (Panay News, April 9, 2018, on page 8)
      Going to the beach this summer? Leave only your footprints in the sands. Please don’t leave your cigarette butts, plastics and leftover food behind. Keeping our beaches and shores free of trash is one way of reducing the ...
    • Zero-tolerance policy vs litterbugs in Boracay eyed 

      De Vera-Ruiz, Ellalyn (Manila Bulletin, October 19, 2018, on page 9)
      The Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) is more bent on enforcing the law against litterbugs after it found trash left by tourists along Boracay's beachfront during its first day of soft opening. DENR ...
    • ZSL-PH joins World Ocean Day celebrations 

      PN (Panay News, June 5, 2017, on page B6-B10)
      Mangrove forests make up the transitional zone between land and sea anchoring shoreline and buffering against typhoons and storm surges. They protect coral reefs and seagrass beds from sedimentation, breeding and nursery ...
    • Zubiri bill wants to ban shark, ray fishing 

      Golez, Prince (Panay News, December 29, 2016, on page 6-13)
      Senate Bill No. (SBN) 1245 proposed to imprison and fine individuals who catch, sell, purchase, possess, transport, and export sharks and rays across the country. The measure penalizes violators up to 12 years imprisonment ...
    • Zumba, cleanup activity hopes to raise awareness vs plastic use in Boracay 

      Philippine News Agency (PNA) (Panay News, November 3, 2018, on page 7)
      More than 200 participants joined the Zumba and cleanup activity on Boracay’s Bulabog Beach on Wednesday, Oct. 31, to raise awareness against single-use plastic. The Halloween-themed activity led by the Philippine Red ...