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    • LGU officials train on aquaculture and coastal management 

      (Daily Tribune, April 24, 2000, on page 1)
      Twenty municipal officers of the Northern Iloilo Alliance comprising eight municipalities of Ajuy, Carles, Estancia, Lemery, Balasan, Batad, Concepcion and San Dionisio recently finished a 6-day training on sustainable ...
    • 'Quinta' aftermath: Deaths, fishkill 

      Locus, Sundy Mae T.; Romero, Maria; Wakefield, Francis T. (Daily Tribune, October 29, 2020, on page B16)
      Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR) Region 5, meanwhile, reported an initial 20 metric tons of tilapia valued at P2.1 million were lost. BFAR-5’s Regional Fisheries Laboratory conducted water sampling in six ...
    • Massive dredging to solve flooding-problem 

      (Daily Tribune, October 31, 2020, on page B16)
      Amid the impending construction of the P734 billion Manila International Airport in Bulakan town — seen as the biggest airport development in the Philippines — San Miguel Corporation (SMC) has committed to help solve the ...
    • WPS exploration sole Phl decision 

      Romero, Maria (Daily Tribune, November 5, 2020, on page A1-A6)
      The Department of Energy (DoE) on Wednesday clarified that the government’s decision to resume oil exploration activities in the disputed West Philippine Sea (WPS) was a “unilateral decision.” This means that local companies ...
    • Guimaras fishermen now using motor boats 

      Lolo, Raymart T. (Daily Tribune, November 13, 2020, on page B15)
      Guimaras fishermen, all 150 of them, are now using motor boats purchased through the P3-million livelihood assistance from the Department of Labor and Employment (DoLE). From paddle-powered boats to modern ones, DoLE ...
    • Crews collect trash from Manila Bay 

      (Daily Tribune, November 14, 2020, on page A7)
      Workers from Manila’s Department of Public Services (DPS) worked nonstop on Thursday and Friday to rid Manila Bay of garbage that was washed ashore as typhoon “Ulysses” affected huge portions of Luzon on 12 November. The ...
    • Del Carmen named Caraga's best coastal town 

      (Daily Tribune, November 15, 2020, on page B14)
      The Municipality of Del Carmen was recently named Caraga Region’s grand winner in the Malinis and Masaganang Karagatan (MMK) program of the Department of Agriculture-Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (DA-BFAR), ...
    • Sea dispute: No way for power play 

      Blancaflor, MJ (Daily Tribune, November 16, 2020, on page A1-A2)
      President Rodrigo Duterte has warned East and Southeast Asian nations against turning the South China Sea row into a “locus of power play” as he underscored the need for peaceful resolution of maritime disputes. Speaking ...
    • Quezon sea mishap: One dead, 22 rescued 

      Roson, John (Daily Tribune, December 1, 2020, on page B15)
      One person died and 22 others were rescued after a passenger boat capsized and sank off Atimonan, Quezon, on Monday morning. The Quezon provincial police said all 17 passengers and five crew members of M/B Gesu Bambino ...
    • No end in sight for EV red tide 

      Locus, Sundy Mae T. (Daily Tribune, December 4, 2020, on page B15)
      Another bay was added to Eastern Visayas’ list of red tide-infected coastal areas this year, Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR) said in its latest advisory. BFAR confirmed red tide toxins were found in the ...
    • Nilad shrub returns to Manila's rivers 

      Santos, Pat C. (Daily Tribune, January 1, 2021, on page A8)
      The nilad shrub, after which the City of Manila was named, will soon become a familiar sight in the city after the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) opened a nursery in Baseco, Tondo, to raise seedlings ...
    • Prawn: A vital export commodity 

      Yap, Jun (Daily Tribune, January 1, 2021, on page B15)
      Farmed prawn has become a vital export commodity for the Philippines, among the known variety that has a high demand is vannamei, a prawn of the eastern Pacific Ocean which is caught or farmed for food. While production ...
    • No retreat in phaseout of wooden-hulled boats 

      Ayeng, Raffy (Daily Tribune, January 6, 2021, on page B16)
      The Maritime Industry Authority (Marina) is firm on the phaseout of wooden-hulled motorboats, despite the complaints of irate passengers of the Guimaras-Iloilo route that the available fiberglass types were not enough to ...
    • Guimaras banca woes end 

      Ayeng, Raffy (Daily Tribune, January 7, 2021, on page B16)
      The Maritime Industry Authority (Marina) said transportation woes due to the pullout of wooden-hulled boats in Guimaras have ended. Marina administrator Vice Admiral Robert Empedrad said that based on the reports from ...
    • Yangtze fishermen embrace new life 

      Xinhua (Daily Tribune, January 7, 2021, on page B13)
      Located along the Yangtze River, ex-fisherman Song Bin’s fish restaurant touts the finest view of the Liziba station, a landmark of southwest China metropolis Chongqing where sky trains running through a residential building ...
    • Cleanup intensifies in Tullahan River 

      (Daily Tribune, January 9, 2021, on page B16)
      Multinational conglomerate San Miguel Corporation (SMC) is now setting its sights to intensify its dredging operations at the Tullahan-Tinajeros River System in the first two quarters of the year before the rainy season ...
    • State of ocean will 'ultimately determine human survival' 

      (Daily Tribune, January 16, 2021, on page B16)
      The health of the ocean will ultimately determine the survival of humankind on Earth, according to the UN Special Envoy for the Ocean, Peter Thomson. Marking the opening of the International Decade for Ocean Science, the ...
    • Welfare of fishing, seafood migrant workers promoted 

      Yap, Jun (Daily Tribune, January 21, 2021, on page B16)
      Migrant workers in South-East Asia’s fishing and seafood processing sectors are expected to benefit from a new program which will continue efforts to promote regular and safe labor migration throughout the industry. With ...
    • San Pedro Bay gets red tide anew 

      Recuerdo, Elmer (Daily Tribune, January 30, 2021, on page B16)
      The Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR) in Eastern Visayas announced on Friday that the San Pedro Bay in Basey, Samar has been included in the shellfish ban following the detection of “red tide” in the bay. ...
    • 3 new Marikina River spans finalized 

      (Daily Tribune, February 3, 2021, on page A7)
      Mobility within and around Marikina City is expected to be smoother in the coming years after the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Asian Development Bank ...