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    • Kalayaan mayor urges PH fishers to defy China. 

      Anda, Redempto; Quismundo, Tarra; Cabacungan, Gil (Philippine Daily Inquirer, January 11, 2014, on page A1-A9)
      The mayor of Kalayaan town, in the Spratlys, on Friday said he would encourage Filipino fishermen to ignore China’s new rules that require foreign fishermen to seek permission from Chinese regional authorities before ...
    • Kalibo diocese backs local groups vs Boracay closure 

      Aguirre, Jun (Panay News, April 11, 2018, on page 13)
      The Diocese of Kalibo supports the preparations of several local organizations against the six-month temporary closure of this island resort. The Diocese also expressed its opposition on the proposed construction of a mega ...
    • Kapitans urged to lead drive vs catching of immature crabs 

      Conserva, Louine Hope (The Daily Guardian, August 4, 2017, on page 2-7)
      Barangay captains were asked to lead the campaign against catching of gravid and undersize blue crabs locally known as “kasag.” Mayor Jett Rojas of Ajuy, Iloilo said he has talked to the president of the Association of ...
    • 'Kasag' hatchery eyed within the year 

      Conserva, Louine Hope (The Daily Guardian, June 11, 2018, on page 2)
      The Iloilo provincial government is eyeing to establish the first blue crab hatchery in Iloilo in 2018 at Northern Iloilo Polytechnic State College (NIPSC) in Concepcion town. Provincial Agriculture Office head Dr. Ildefonso ...
    • Keeping Boracay Clean 

      Chanco, Boo (The Philippine Star, October 22, 2018, on page B6)
      Boracay, our prime tourist destination, will open again this week. While cleaning up the island is still a work in progress, one wonders if our government has the ability to keep it clean and the resorts compliant with our ...
    • Keeping the faith despite unfinished work in Boracay 

      De Vera-Ruiz, Ellalyn (Manila Bulletin, October 21, 2018, on page 15)
      Six months ago, Boracay Island was closed to tourism activities to pave the way for its rehabilitation. President Duterte had then described the country's premier beach destination as a "cesspool", referring to the huge ...
    • Keeping world's smallest edible fish alive 

      Esacandor Jr., Juan (Philippine Daily Inquirer, May 28, 2017, on page A2-1)
      Buhi, Camarines Sur—The world’s smallest edible fish, locally called “sinarapan,” is slowly disappearing due to overfishing in Lake Buhi in Camarines Sur province, and the absence of a systematic and scientific way of ...
    • Kids learn about climate change from 'Pidlo' the pine tree 

      Buenaobra, Jhoanna Marie (Philippine Daily Inquirer, January 24, 2015, on page A8)
      Ibaloy and Kankanaey children here and the provinces of Benguet and Mt. Province have been learning about climate change from “Pidlo,” an old pine tree. Pidlo is a character in a comic book primer developed by the Cordillera ...
    • Kill the dolphins, sharks, whales 

      Doronio, Junex (Manila Standard, February 13, 2015, on page B5)
      Mayor Nelson Garcia has maintained that marine animals on Tañon Strait are “parasites” and their population should be controlled by killing some of them, shrugging off criticisms from environmentalists. At a summit on ...
    • Killer whale in France mimics human speech 

      (Manila Standard, February 1, 2018, on page B3)
      Her head above water, Wikie the killer whale looks at the human trainer next to her pool, listens, then loudly vocalizes: "Hello." It is not a perfect imitation, but, astonishingly, recognizable. It is the first scientific ...
    • Killing Nemo: Cyanide threat to tropical fish 

      Agence France-Presse (AFP) (Philippine Daily Inquirer, June 18, 2016, on page A17)
      Many of the real-life Nemos swimming in children's fish tanks were caught using cyanide, according to research published Thursday which flagged the toxic threat to already-stressed corals, the creature's natural home.
    • Killing watersheds, killing life 

      Dela Paz, Dean (Malaya, March 14, 2017, on page A2)
      The simplest, most graphic and perhaps the most eloquent argument against open pit mining is found, not in the voluminous academic dissertations where arguments encompass the spectrum from bludgeoned biodiversity and ravaged ...
    • King crab at Kitsho restaurant 

      (The Manila Times, March 11, 2013, on page B7)
      Revel in one of the wonders of the sea with Japanese king crabs, specially prepared by Executive Japanese Chef Masahiro Mizumoto at Traders Hotel, Manila's Kitsho Japanese Restaurant and Sake Bar until March 31. Also called ...
    • King crab: the mud crab industry can grow bigger with research and development 

      Sarian, Zac (Manila Bulletin, December 6, 2015, on page Retrieved from-http://www.mb.com.ph)
      Big problems as well as bright prospects are confronting the country's mud crab producers today. This we learned when we attended the First National Mud Crab Congress in Iloilo City under the auspices of the Southeast Asian ...
    • Koi story: priceless Japanese fish make a splash 

      Agence France-Presse (AFP) (The Manila Times, January 8, 2018, on page A1-A6)
      Hand-reared for their color and beauty, koi carp have become an iconic symbol of Japan that can sell for hundreds of thousands of dollars and even participate in fishy beauty contests. The nation’s koi carp were brought ...
    • Koi story: priceless Japanese fish make a splash 

      Agence France-Presse (AFP) (BusinessWorld, January 8, 2018, on page S2/9)
      Hand-reared for their color and beauty, koi carp have become an iconic symbol of Japan that can sell for hundreds of thousands of dollars and even participate in fishy beauty contests. The nation’s koi carp were brought ...
    • KOICA funds rehab of 3 fishing ports in Iloilo 

      Conserva, Louine Hope (The Daily Guardian, April 27, 2016, on page 6)
      The Kores International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) is funding the rehabilitation of three fishing ports in Estancia, Concepcion, and Carles in Iloilo worth US$8 million. Provincial Administrator Raul Banias said Seo Dongsung, ...
    • KOICA grants $4M for Concepcion port 

      Nepomoceno, Jezza (Panay News, October 30, 2016, on page 11)
      To help marginal fishermen, the Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) will be providing a $4-million (P192-million) grant to expand and develop the fishing port of Concepcion town. The Official Development Assistance ...
    • Koko, Zubiri pushing plastic use reduction 

      Sy, Marvin (The Philippine Star, June 8, 2018, on page 9)
      Senators Aquilino Pimentel III and Juan Miguel Zubiri are pushing for a reduction in the use of plastic in the country amid reports that the Philippines is one of the biggest sources of plastic waste dumped into the oceans. ...
    • Korea-trained agriexperts reunite 

      (Manila Standard, October 8, 2016, on page C2)
      To bring scientific information and technologies for agricultural development closer to the people, the Philippine- rural Development Administration ( South Korea) Alumni Association held its sixth genral assembly and ...