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    • Tacloban fishermen: What happened to P32.6-M Yolanda fishery fund? 

      Abrematea, Nestor (Manila Bulletin, June 24, 2018, on page 18)
      Local fishermen are asking no less than President Duterte to investigate the long delayed implementation of projects under the P32, 645,000 Yolanda Rehabilitation Funds for the fishery sector in this city. Losanto P. ...
    • Taiwan companies eye PH aquaculture market 

      Philippine News Agency (Panay News, September 22, 2017, on page B1, B5)
      Manila – Ten Taiwanese companies will visit the Philippines next week to explore business opportunities in the country’s aquaculture market, the Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA) said. According to TAITRA, ...
    • Taiwan formula may settle sea dispute 

      Valente, Catherine S. (The Manila Times, April 23, 2015, on page A1-A2)
      A Taiwanese official has called for a peaceful settlement of maritime disputes in the South China Sea(West Philippine Sea). Joseph S. C. Hua, director-general of Taiwan's Department of Culture and Educational Affairs at ...
    • Taiwan holds rescue exercise in disputed seas 

      Associated Press (AP) (The Philippine Star, November 30, 2016, on page 6)
      Taiwan held a search-and-rescue exercise in the South China Sea yesterday as part of efforts to cement its hold over a key island in the strategically vital sea. Eight vessels and three aircraft took part in the drill ...
    • Taiwan investors seek PH partners in agri and aquaculture industries 

      Magkilat, Bernie C. (Manila Bulletin, February 4, 2018, on page B-3)
      Taiwanese investors are looking for local partners for their planned expansion in the agriculture and aquaculture industries in Mindanao. Representatives from the Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA) was ...
    • Taiwan president flies to disputed island in South China Sea 

      (Manila Bulletin, January 29, 2016, on page 13)
      The Taiwanese Defense Ministry told Reuters that Ma had departed for Itu Aba. He is scheduled to hold a news conference around 1100 GMT on his arrival back in Taiwan. Washington, Taiwan's biggest ally, on Wednesday called ...
    • Taiwan's peace call on claimants of disputed territories welcomed 

      Katigbak, Jose; Lee-Brago, Pia (The Philippine Star, May 28, 2015, on page 2)
      The US on Tuesday welcomed Taiwan’s call on all claimants to disputed shoals, reefs, rocks and islets in the South China Sea and West Philippine Sea to exercise restraint, refrain from unilateral actions that could escalate ...
    • Taiwan, PH make headway on fisheries cooperation 

      Taiwan Today (The Manila Times, March 17, 2017, on page B6)
      Government officials from Taipei and Manila reached consensus on implementing a notification mechanism and related procedures, information sharing, and combating illegal, unreported and unregulated fishing at a recent ...
    • Taiwanese fishermen protest crackdown 

      Agence France-Presse (AFP) (The Manila Times, November 7, 2018, on page B6)
      Fishermen and their families took to the streets in Taiwan Tuesday against what they said was an unfair crackdown on the industry which has been accused of illegal practices and human rights abuses. The rally by coastal ...
    • Taiwanese poachers charged 

      De Vera, Ellalyn B. (Manila Bulletin, June 19, 2015, on page 2)
      The Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR) has filed charges against the purported Taiwanese poachers apprehended off Babuyan Claro in Cagayan province last June 11. Based on the incident report by the quick ...
    • Take 2 for Bolinao folk 

      Cardinoza, Gabriel (Philippine Daily Inquirer, March 25, 2015, on page A17)
      The coastal areas of Bolinao, a third-class municipality (annual income: P35 million to P45 million) of nearly 75,000, have been divided into zones dedicated exclusively to ecotourism, fisheries management, trade and ...
    • Talking about pollution: Plastic is very much on our menu 

      Kricke, Gordon (The Philippine Star, June 7, 2018, on page 7)
      There is a massive dump of floating plastic garbage in the Pacific Ocean. It is huge and it is growing. The so called “Great Pacific Garbage Patch” is with approximately 1.6 million sq km about as big as Central Europe. ...
    • Talks to save oceans kick off 

      Agence France-Presse (AFP) (Manila Standard, June 5, 2017, on page C3)
      World leaders convene at UN headquarters next week for the first major bid to solve the toughest problems facing our oceans, from coral bleaching to plastic pollution, overfishing and rising seas due to climate change. The ...
    • Talks with China over sea row urged 

      Christina, Mendez; Romero, Paolo (The Philippine Star, May 26, 2015, on page 1-2)
      The Philippines should engage China in bilateral talks in its efforts to maintain peace and order at the disputed West Philippine Sea, Sen. Francis Escudero said yesterday. Escudero supports the government’s move to bring ...
    • Tanker spill in East China Sea stirs environmental fears 

      New York Times News Service (The Philippine Star, January 18, 2018, on page B6)
      A Blazing Iranian tanker that sank on the East China Sea, producing a 10-mile-long oil slick, is drawing concern from environmentalists about the threat to sea and bird life in the waterway. The tanker Sanchi was carrying ...
    • Tañon Strait celebrates 19th year as protected area 

      Philippine News Agency (PNA) (Panay News, June 11, 2017, on page 12)
      Tañon Strait, a 161-kilometer strip which separates the islands of Cebu and Negros, is celebrating nearly two decades as a protected area. It is host to 62 percent of the country's coral species, plus 14 species of whales ...
    • Tañon Strait protection to be strengthened to ensure fisheries sustainability 

      Simeon, Louise Maureen (The Philippine Star, December 25, 2017, on page B10)
      The government is strengthening protection efforts at the Tañon Strait, the country’s biggest marine protected area, to ensure sea safety and fisheries sustainability. The Department of Agriculture-Bureau of Fisheries and ...
    • Target arrivals for Boracay to be revised 

      Yap, Tara (Manila Bulletin, April 23, 2018, on page 6)
      The Department of Tourism (DOT) will revise its target for tourist arrivals for Boracay in Aklan. DOT Western Visayas Director Helen Catalbas said the target for this year and onward will be anchored on the update carrying ...
    • Task force formed to fast-track Manila Bay cleanup 

      Balinbin, Arjay L. (BusinessWorld, February 23, 2019, on page S1/12)
      President Rodrigo R. Duterte has created a task force for the speedy rehabilitation and restoration of Manila Bay. Malacañang on Thursday released to reporters copies of Administrative Order No. 16, which Mr. Duterte signed ...
    • Task force to stop illegal fishing 

      Dizon, Romeo (Manila Standard, November 9, 2016, on page -C1)
      The Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources in Central Luzon organized the Task Force Jupiter to stop rampant Illegal fishing in the area specially in Bataan and Zambales. Nelson Bien, chief of the regulatory and law ...