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    • Private investors eye fish hatchery in Tawi - Tawi 

      (Manila Bulletin, March 25, 2006, on page F-3)
      Representatives of private companies have been visiting Luuk Pandan and Panglima Sugala, Tawi-Tawi, lately because a ₱5-million mariculture park will be built there soon. USAID’s Growth with Equity in Mindanao (GEM) program ...
    • Trivia overload 

      Mercado, Juan (Philippine Daily Inquirer, March 28, 2006, on page A10)
      Other talented Filipino scientists work in fields that impact on the daily lives of citizens. Dr. Jurgenne Primavera is a world authority on that most-threatened wetland resource: mangroves. Dr. Florentino Solon specializes ...
    • Toledo is new SEAFDEC/AQD chief 

      (The News Today, May 1, 2006, on page 1-10)
      Dr. Joebert Toledo was recently appointed new Chief of the Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center (SEAFDEC/AQD). Recommended by Philippine Government, Dr. Toledo’s official appointment was signed by SEAFDEC ...
    • City launches refo mangrove project 

      Pendon, Lydia C. (Daily Informer, May 20, 2006, on page 1-12)
      A three-year Memorandum of Agreement for a joint mangrove reforestation project in three areas here was recently signed between the Iloilo City government represented by City Mayor Jerry P. Treñas and the Pews Fellows ...
    • RP media remiss in covering mangrove conservation issues 

      (BusinessWorld, June 16, 2006, on page S3/8)
      Issues related to mangrove development and conservation appear to have the least important among Filipino journalists covering the environment, a survey of the Washington-based Population Reference Bureau showed. Kathleen ...
    • SEAFDEC/AQD spearheads 3-year program to expand aquaculture 

      Felix, Rocel (The Philippine Star, July 3, 2006, on page C-2)
      The Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center Aquaculture Department (SEAFDEC/AQD) is spearheading a three-year program to aggressively expand aquaculture development in the province of Antique. In a memorandum of ...
    • SEAFDEC seeks 20% higher budget for 2007 

      Felix, Rocel (The Philippine Star, July 3, 2006, on page B-7)
      The Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center (SEAFDEC) is proposing a 20-percent increase in its 2007 budget to fasttrack several researches on biotechnology in aquaculture. "We have asked the Department of Foreign ...
    • SEAFDEC to raise specialty marine products 

      Aguiba, Melody (Manila Bulletin, July 3, 2006, on page B-6)
      Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center (SEAFDEC) has embarked on a ₱5.4-million aquaculture program that aims to boost the country’s stock for specialty products such as abalone, grouper (Lapu Lapu) giant clam, and ...
    • SEAFDEC eyes higher budget 

      Campos, Othel (Manila Standard, July 3, 2006, on page B3)
      Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center, which is partly owned by the government, has asked the Department of Foreign Affairs to increase its 2007 budgetary allocation to 120 million. SEAFDEC aquaculture department ...
    • Scientists turn to biotech to save ailing seaweed industry 

      Felix, Rocel (The Philippine Star, July 5, 2006, on page B-7)
      The export-oriented seaweed industry may soon get relief from the anticipated breakthrough in biotechnology researches that would eliminate the menacing "ice-ice" disease spreading in seaweed farms nationwide. "By next ...
    • First week of July is national biotech week 

      PN (Panay News, July 7, 2006, on page B1-B9)
      The first week of July 2006 was proclaimed by President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo as National Biotechnology Week with the theme "Securing the Philippines' Niche in the Global Bio-Enterprise”. In connection with the observance ...
    • Marine resources development through biotechnology pushed 

      PN (Panay News, July 7, 2006, on page B1)
      The need to identify the research gaps in fisheries biotechnology and developing strategies to address common concerns, and enhancing collaboration among the different research and development units from government agencies, ...
    • Scientists, academics attend biotech confab 

      Philippine News Agency (PNA) (Manila Bulletin, July 8, 2006, on page G-3)
      Scientists and representatives from the academe and related government agencies and industries gathered here Tuesday for a two –day National Symposium on Fisheries and Aquatic Biotechnology held at Southeast Asian Fisheries ...
    • SEAFDEC, Antique gov't sign agreement on preservation of coastal resources 

      PN (Panay News, July 14, 2006, on page 8)
      A memorandum of agreement (MOA) was recently forged between the Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center (SEAFDEC) and the office of Antique Cong. Exequiel Javier for protection, management and development of the ...
    • SEAFDEC developing high-yield seaweed 

      Aguiba, Melody (Manila Bulletin, July 18, 2006, on page B-1-B-3)
      Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center (SEAFDEC) is developing high-yielding and “ice-ice” disease-resistant seaweed strains in an aim to meet expanding industrial use and raise some $100 million in seaweed-carrageenan ...
    • Pushing the frontiers of aquaculture 

      Carreon-Lagoc, Julia (Panay News, July 21, 2006, on page 10-14)
      The frontiers of the unknown specifically in aquaculture got a push with the installation of the new SEAFDEC/AQD (Aquaculture Department) Chief, Dr. Joebert Toledo, July 7. The AQD main station in Tigbaun, Iloilo was in a ...
    • Gov't outfits provide small firms with commerciable technologies 

      (Manila Bulletin, August 26, 2006, on page D-3)
      Small agribusiness firms need not be daunted by the high technology required for their expansion and growth toward global competitiveness. Competent technology assistance is being provided by the Bureau of Agricultural ...
    • Containing the slick 

      (The Manila Times, September 4, 2006, on page A1)
      A flotilla of boats lays out booms in this section of Guimaras Island to keep the oil that has leaked from a sunken tanker from contaminating the beaches. In the town of Nueva Valencia food packages to be distributed to ...
    • Unscathed by oil spill 

      (The Manila Times, September 5, 2006, on page A1)
      A 30-kilo grouper ("garoupa" or "lapu-lapu" in Filipino) enjoys its sanctuary at the Marine Culture Park of the Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center in Nueva Valencia in a cove on the Western side of Guimaras Island.
    • Manlut ginapadamo liwat sa Malalison 

      Portal, Tadz (Hublas, September 6, 2006, on page 9)
      Matinlo ang baybayon sang Mararison bangod masami nga malimpyohan ini sang husto sa kabaskugon nga paghunas kg pagtaob. Upod sini ang mabakod nga asossasyon sang mga mangingisda nga ginbuligan forma sang Seadec apulo ka ...