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    • Petron begins stoking fish cages in Guimaras 

      (Malaya, August 11, 2007, on page C4)
      As part of its commitment to give more livelihood opportunities to Guimarasnons, Petron will begin of two of the three fish cages it established at the Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center (SEAFDEC) area in the ...
    • 2010 Walong Filipina: Alagad ng Kalikasan 

      (Malaya, April 14, 2010, on page C1)
      Liongoren Gallery presents its 2010 Walong Filipina: Mga Alagad ng Kalikasan to celebrate women's month and the coming Earth Day by April. Jurgenne Primavera Phd., internationally renowned advocate of sustainable fish ...
    • Fishery school on air 

      (Malaya, December 3, 2010, on page A1-A11)
      Whenever education is mentioned, the four corners of a classroom is the first thing that comes to mind. After all, when you've spent 16 or so years learning in a classroom, the association is almost a knee-jerk reaction. ...
    • Heavy Antibiotics, chemical abuse poison fish industry's health 

      Icamina, Paul (Malaya, March 16, 2012, on page A1-A10)
      The heavy use of chemicals and antibiotics in aquaculture may result in disease outbreaks and even the collapse of the industry, the head of the Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center (SEAFDEC) warns. "Chemical and ...
    • Summer lessons 

      Alcala, Angel (Malaya, April 27, 2012, on page A10)
      The month of April is usually a busy time for college students and university faculty members who are concerned with their academic responsibilities. Many consider it not a month of rest but a month for intellectual exercise ...
    • 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, ...
    • Bangus feeding frenzy & feed conversion ratio 

      Icamina, Paul (Malaya, May 25, 2012, on page A1)
      The feeding habits of bangus hatcheries need a makeover."One problem in feeding management is that technicians just feed ad libitum," said Dr. Relicardo M. Coloso of the Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center (SEAFDEC) ...
    • China fishing rule defied 

      Reyes, Victor (Malaya, January 17, 2014, on page B1-B6)
      Defense Secretary Voltaire Gazmin yesterday said the Philippines will not recognize a fishing ban reportedly imposed by China in the disputed Spratly Islands in the West Philippine Sea (South China Sea). " We will not ...
    • A whale of a story on how to age gracefully 

      Reuters (Malaya, January 7, 2015, on page B5)
      To learn the secret behind aging gracefully, you may want to check out the bowhead whale, the majestic denizen of the Arctic waters that boasts a lifespan topping 200 years. Scientists on Monday unveiled the genetic blueprint ...
    • WWF, BPI launch climate adaptation study 

      (Malaya, January 9, 2015, on page A10)
      The World Wide Fund for Nature Philippines (WWF-Philippines), in partnership with the Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI), unveiled the latest and third phase of Business Risk Assessment and the Management of Climate ...
    • DA to develop local eel industry 

      Cabrera, Romina (Malaya, January 20, 2015, on page A1-A4)
      The Department of Agriculture (DA) and local players are eyeing to develop a more competitive eel industry in the country. The development of the eel industry comes as the Japan and South Korea markets are substituting ...
    • Maynilad adopts 6.6 ha. for mangrove rehab 

      (Malaya, January 23, 2015, on page A10)
      West Zone concessionaire Maynilad Water Services, Inc. (Maynilad) has adopted five sites totaling 6.6 hectares (ha) in the Cavite province for a mangrove rehabilitation program under its "Plant for Life Program." "Plant ...
    • China starts dredging another reef: military 

      Hachero, Ashzel; Reyes, Victor (Malaya, February 6, 2015, on page B6)
      China has started dredging around the disputed Mischief Reef in the South China Sea, a Philippine navy commander said on Thursday, signaling Beijing may be preparing to expand its facilities in the area. Rear Admiral ...
    • Fisherfolk get ₱718M aid 

      (Malaya, February 10, 2015, on page A3)
      The Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR) has set aside ₱718 million for the construction of 252 Community Fish Landing Centers (CFLCs) which will benefit around a third of the fisherfolk population in the ...
    • Fish Kill 

      (Malaya, February 17, 2015, on page B6)
      Hundreds of dead fish are washed ashore near the CCP Complex in Manila. The Philippine Coast Guard has launched an investigation into the reported fish kill in the area.
    • Fish output dropped in 2014 

      (Malaya, February 25, 2015, on page A4)
      Production output of the three most consumed fish varieties dropped in 2014, according to the latest report from the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA). The effects of typhoon Glenda were attributed as the primary factors ...
    • DA sees potential in eel industry 

      (Malaya, February 25, 2015, on page A2)
      The Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources(BFAR) is eyeing capital from local and foreign investors for the development of the eel industry in the country. Foreign direct investment is being encouraged by the department ...
    • China admits reclamation at Spratly 

      Reuters (Malaya, February 27, 2015, on page B6)
      China is conducting "large scale" land reclamation and construction on a reef in the disputed Spratly Islands, state-backed media reported on Thursday, in an unusual acknowledgment of its controversial work in the region. ...
    • PH exports tuna, imports belly 

      Icamina, Paul (Malaya, March 10, 2015, on page A2-A4)
      The all-time favorite in many Filipino grills, tuna belly and panga, come all the way from the Marshall Islands. Tuna traders import from Majuro and Vietnam (the major sources) as well as South Korea tuna scraps like belly, ...
    • Crop insurance for 1M farmers, fisherfolk 

      (Malaya, March 26, 2015, on page A4)
      The number of covered farmers and fisherfolk under the Philippine Crop Insurance Corp. (PCIC) grew by 24.31 percent in 2014, insuring close to a million in the agricultural workforce. PCIC is a government-owned and controlled ...