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    • R&D boosts mud crab survival 

      Icamina, Paul (Malaya, May 15, 2018, on page A2)
      Much of the improved survival rate is traced to formulated feeds and natural food, according to the Philippine Council for Agriculture, Aquatic and Natural Resources Research and Development, Department of Science and ...
    • R&D crucial to biotech's potentional - DA 

      Galvez, James Konstantin (The Manila Times, January 20, 2015, on page B2)
      A strong research and development (R&D) pillar built around a robust and creative scientific community that is able to generate novel and beneficial technologies is needed to realize the potential benefits of biotechnology ...
    • R&D on new technologies undertaken to revive prawn, milkfish industries 

      Philippine News Agency (PNA) (Manila Bulletin, March 8, 2012, on page 14)
      The Department of Science and Technology (DOST) is undertaking research and development ( R&D) on new technologies intended to revive the prawn and milkfish industries in Western Visayas and ultimately, the rest of the ...
    • R.I.V.E.R.S for Life Award to raise importance of rivers in PHL 

      Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR)-Region VI (The Daily Guardian, October 6, 2018, on page 13)
      RIVERS are the lifeblood of the Earth and of the human civilization. They act as drainage channels of surface waters and carry water and nutrients through great distances. Rivers serve as habitat and provide food to many ...
    • Radical goals for sustainable development 

      Unmuessig, Barbara (Philippine Daily Inquirer, January 5, 2015, on page A11)
      Let us imagine for a moment that we could change the world according to our wishes. Dramatic economic inequality gives way to social and political inclusion. Universal human rights become a reality. We end deforestation ...
    • Raising awareness on sustainable seafood 

      (Philippine Daily Inquirer, March 3, 2018, on page B2-3)
      “With our brand’s well-established corporate responsibility (‘Spirit to Preserve’), we feel the need to provide not just high-quality dishes but also responsibly sourced [products] that should result in more years of great ...
    • Raising bangus for fry and export 

      Tacio, Henrylito (The Daily Guardian, May 12, 2010, on page 10)
      Bangus has always been the most important species cultured in the Philippines. Sleek and silvery, beloved because of its mild, sweet flesh, and its melt-in the-mouth belly fat, it fish is a favorite Filipino fish. Today, ...
    • Raising crabs like chickens 

      Icamina, Paul (Manila Bulletin, September 28, 2012, on page A10-A11)
      Farm technician Butch Juanga made the observation while tending chickens tied to a pole near a mud crab hatchery in Samar back in 2008."When chickens are not allowed to roam, they consume all their feeds and get fat," he ...
    • Raising oyster profitable for Leyte fishers 

      Cayubit, Restituto (Manila Bulletin, August 3, 2018, on page 12)
      Farming blister wing oysters is evolving into another source of income for many Leyte fishermen. Leyte Gov. Leopoldo Dominico Petilla told Manila Bulletin his office has found oyster culture could be highly profitable ...
    • Raising ulang in fish cages 

      RAF (The Philippine Star, March 18, 2007, on page B-4)
      It is now feasible to raise ulang (giant freshwater prawn) in fish cages in lakes. The technology was developed and continues to be refined under a collaborative project on the development of a genetically improved strain ...
    • Ramon Magsaysay laureate says Manila Bay is a toilet bowl that never gets flushed 

      Yap, DJ (Philippine Daily Inquirer, May 22, 2018, on page A6)
      If the world-famous resort island of Boracay is a "cesspool," Manila Bay, with its world-renowned sunset, is a "toilet bowl" that's used every day but never flushed, according to an environmental lawyer and Ramon Magsaysay ...
    • Rape on the Rise 

      Del Rosario, Alejandro (Manila Standard, February 16, 2018, on page A4-A5)
      We are not talking of rape of the carnal kind here. The title of this column deals with the most recent violation committed by China on Philippine territorial sovereignty. Not content with its encroachment into the Philippine ...
    • Rare shark found dead on Albay town shore 

      Mier, Ma. April (Philippine Daily Inquirer, February 1, 2015, on page A18)
      The Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR) gave the name “Toothless” to the 15-foot megamouth shark that was found dead on the shore of Barangay Marigondon in Pio Duran town in Albay province on Wednesday. ...
    • Rare shark found in Albay's Burias Pass 

      Barcia, Rhaydz B. (The Manila Times, January 30, 2015, on page A6)
      A fisherman had the surprise of his life when he fished out a lifeless but very rare 15-foot deepwater megamouth shark (Megachasma pelagios) in Burias Pass on Wednesday. Nonie Enolva, marine fisheries resources management ...
    • Rare shark spotted in PH waters 

      Catoto, Roel (Manila Bulletin, December 21, 2017, on page 11)
      Marine scientists onboard a research vessel owned by billionaire Microsoft co-founder Paul G. Allen has spotted a large bluntnose sixgill shark lurking around one of the wartime battleship wreckage in Ormoc Bay early this ...
    • Rare shark visit Iloilo town 

      Bagarinao, Tu (Panay News, November 14, 2004, on page 1-16)
      A rare female megamouth shark got stranded on the beach of Brgy. Namocon here. The 504-centimeter long, one-ton shark was the third recorded in the Philippines and only the 24th specimen recorded from around the world, ...
    • Rare shark, giant grouper sighted in Ormoc Bay 

      Jimenea, Lalaine (The Philippine Star, January 21, 2018, on page 14)
      As it continues with the exploration for sunken warships in Ormoc Bay, RV Petrel – the research vessel owned by Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen – has reported sighting a rare blunt-nosed sixgill shark and a giant grouper, ...
    • Reading China’s strategy in South China Sea 

      (Philippine Daily Inquirer, June 19, 2017, on page A17)
      China is taking a relatively cautious stance on the disputes involving the South China Sea. It is currently undertaking military reforms, and toward the end of 2016 Vice Adm. Yuan Yubai was appointed commanding officer of ...
    • Realignment of laws on Boracay sewage sought 

      Zabal, Boy Ryan (Panay News, July 24, 2018, on page 13-14)
      The local government of Malay, Aklan and the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) are working to make guidelines that will reconcile “issues” between a municipal ordinance and a recently-issued DENR order. ...
    • Reclamation blues 

      (Malaya, February 13, 2019, on page B4)
      A top official of the Philippine Reclamation Authority (PRA) told a hearing of the House of Representatives that the agency is currently processing 22 reclamation project in Manila Bay, three of which are nearing approval. ...