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    • AQD for food sufficiency and industry stability 

      (The Philippine Journal, July 10, 1996, on page 11)
      Aquaculture is vital to produce more fish in the light of a decreasing supply from marine fisheries and increasing demand from the expanding population. In response to this need, the Aquaculture Department (AQD) of the ...
    • DOST urges gov’t collaboration to save Laguna Lake 

      (BusinessWorld, June 7, 2017, on page 4/S3)
      The Department of Science and Technology-National Research Council of the Philippines (DOST-NRCP) recommended possible courses of action that government agencies can collaborate on to help improve the conditions of Laguna ...
    • Planning initiatives for Laguna Lake 

      Palafox, Felino A. Jr. (The Manila Times, May 23, 2019, on page A5-A6)
      Our aspiration to save Laguna Lake has been reignited. Last week, Secretary Roy Cimatu of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) invited to a meeting myself and representatives from the Laguna Lake ...
    • Saving Laguna de Bay 

      Zafaralla, Macrina Tamayo (The Philippine Star, February 2, 2017, on page B7)
      The restoration of Laguna de Bay to a relatively pristine state is a major concern. This is a scientist’s account on a multidisciplinary two to three-year scientific endeavor that culminated in an Environmental Health ...
    • StarScience: Saving Laguna de Bay 2 

      Zafaralla, Macrina Tamayo (The Philippine Star, February 9, 2017, on page B-9)
      Water quality here was found to be second best at 77 percent, a passing mark. All water quality indicators were at acceptable levels except phosphate (63 percent), and chlorophyll a (zero percent). The fisheries score was ...