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    • G7 hits large-scale reclamation at sea 

      Punay, Edu; Romero, Alexis (The Philippine Star, June 10, 2015, on page 1-4)
      The leaders of the Group of Seven nations issued a communiqué on Monday voicing opposition to island-building and other coercive activities in the West Philippine Sea, South China Sea and East China Sea. “We strongly oppose ...
    • G7 hits large-scale reclamation at sea 

      Romero, Alexis; Punay, Edu (The Philippine Star, June 10, 2015, on page 1-4)
      The leaders of the Group of Seven nations issued a communiqué on Monday voicing opposition to island-building and other coercive activities in the West Philippine Sea, South China Sea and East China Sea. “We strongly oppose ...
    • G7 seeks demilitarization of ‘disputed’ sea features 

      Brago, Pia (The Philippine Star, May 30, 2017, on page 1-10)
      The Group of Seven (G7) or the seven richest countries in the world have issued a joint communiqué expressing concern about the situation in the East and South China Seas and calling for a demilitarization of “disputed ...
    • G7 to address West Philippine Sea dispute 

      Romero, Alexis; Mendez, Christina (The Philippine Star, June 8, 2015, on page 5)
      Regional alarm is growing as China aggressively stakes its claim to most of the sea, including a large-scale island-building program. The United States has also urged China and other nations to halt reclamation. Presidential ...
    • G7 to express concern over sea row, says paper 

      Reuters; Associated Press (AP) (Philippine Daily Inquirer, June 8, 2015, on page A20)
      Group of Seven (G7) leaders will express their concern over any unilateral action to change the status quo in the East and South China Seas amid tensions between China and a number of Asian countries, Japan's Yomiuri ...
    • G7 urges compliance with UN ruling on sea row 

      Lee-Brago, Pia; Romero, Alexis (The Philippine Star, April 20, 2017, on page 2)
      Foreign ministers of the Group of Seven (G7) industrialized nations have issued a joint communiqué calling for the implementation of a ruling by a UN-backed arbitral court invalidating China’s expansive claims in the South ...
    • Gab on East Asia seas conservation seen to gather 1T 

      Sornito, Ime (Panay News, November 20, 2018, on page 6)
      An international multi-sector meeting that aims to discuss challenges in marine conservation in East Asia is expected to gather some 1,000 attendees at the Iloilo Convention Center in Mandurriao district. The 2018 East ...
    • Gains of Pasig River rehab project cited in 6th year 

      Granali, Rima (Philippine Daily Inquirer, February 20, 2015, on page A26)
      The Kapit-Bisig para sa Ilog Pasig (KBPIP) project has not only rehabilitated the storied river but also spurred changes well beyond its banks. “My seemingly ‘mission impossible’ tasks—such as traffic management and cleanup ...
    • Galapagos fights to protect islands 

      Agence France-Presse (AFP) (Manila Standard, February 9, 2018, on page B3)
      With its iconic giant tortoises, crested black iguanas, huge ocean manta rays and a veritable menagerie of other cool creatures, the Galapagos Islands are one of the most beautiful places you will probably never visit. Why ...
    • Galapagos hosts nursery for new tortoise species 

      (Manila Standard, February 2, 2017, on page B3)
      Crowded under a rock in the Galapagos archipelago, the baby tortoises wait for the sun to go down to leave their shelter. Nothing disturbs these eastern Santa Cruz tortoises (scientific name Chelondis donfaustoi), which ...
    • Galunggong closed season to be enforced in north Palawan 

      Pascual, Nicolo Paolo A. (BusinessWorld, October 19, 2015, on page S1/4)
      The fisheries bureau is seeking to protect the galunggong fishery by declaring a no-harvest season during spawning in northern Palawan, in a bid to raise the long-term numbers of the species, an important food for low-income ...
    • Galunggong imported from China tainted? 

      Naval, Gerard (Malaya, August 23, 2018, on page B2)
      The Department of Health yesterday warned the public to be careful about consuming round scad or galunggong that will be imported from China and are suspected to be tainted with formalin. Health Secretary Francisco Duque ...
    • Galunggong imports seen threatening 1.5M fisherfolk 

      Ignacio, Reicelene Joy N. (BusinessWorld, August 31, 2018, on page S1/5)
      The importation of round scad, or galunggong, will affect the livelihoods of 1.5million fisherfolk, according to Senator Cynthia A. Villar, who chairs her chamber’s committee on agriculture and food. “There is a need to ...
    • Galunggong imports to arrive ahead of closed fishing season 

      Mogato, Anna Gabriela A. (BusinessWorld, August 16, 2018, on page S1/4)
      The Department of Agriculture (DA) has allowed the entry of up to 17,000 metric tons (MT) of round scad, commonly known as galunggong, which will reach markets ahead of the closed fishing season when supply of the fish is ...
    • Galunggong prices down due to formalin scare 

      GMA News (Panay News, September 9, 2018, on page B2)
      Galunggong prices declined in recent weeks as consumers steered clear of the fish due to formalin scare. In a report on GMA News' "24 Oras," fish vendor Arlene Carabuena said that from P180 per kilogram in the last week ...
    • Galunggong shortage due to government restrictions - fisherfolk 

      Tiangco, Minka Klaudia (Manila Bulletin, September 2, 2018, on page 2)
      A fisherfolk group claimed that the shortage of round scad (galunggong) in the country is “artificial” and is caused by the many restrictions imposed by the government on fishermen. Department of Agriculture (DA) Secretary ...
    • ‘Galunggong’ imports to stabilize fish prices 

      Ocampo, Karl R. (Philippine Daily Inquirer, August 17, 2018, on page A8)
      The Department of Agriculture (DA) has allowed the importation of “galunggong” (round scad) to address the rising prices of the fish variety in the market. Agriculture Secretary Emmanuel Piñol signed an administrative order ...
    • Garbage booms set up to keep Iloilo River clean. 

      De los Santos, Maricyn A. (The Daily Guardian, July 18, 2017, on page B7)
      The Iloilo city government through the City Agriculture Office has the installation of garbage boom in bodies of water here to track the barangays which are sources of garbage found in Iloilo River. Garbage boom is a ...
    • Gazmin, US counterpart agree to hold meeting over sea row 

      Laude, Jaime; Romero, Paolo (The Philippine Star, May 29, 2015, on page 14)
      Defense Secretary Voltaire Gazmin and his US counterpart Ashton Carter have agreed to hold a “2 plus 2” meeting on exploring ways to peacefully resolve the South China Sea row. “Secretaries Carter and Gazmin agreed to hold, ...
    • Gene therapy key discovered in seaweed. 

      Kritz, Ben (The Manila Times, June 6, 2017, on page A8)
      A researcher from Department of Science and Technology (DOST) has discovered that carrageenan, a common extract of red seaweed, may be used as a delivery agent in gene therapy. Annabelle V. Briones, a research scientist ...