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  • Here be Dugongs 

    Yan, Gregg (The Daily Guardian, June 11, 2018, on page 6-7)
    With underwater photographer Danny Ocampo and expert guides from the Tagbanua tribe, we’re finally hoping for some downtime with a dugong. Dugongs are legendary sea creatures, having inspired lonely seamen’s ‘sightings’ ...
  • ‘Not the next Boracay’: Guimaras vows to curb waste problems 

    Moblan, Gail T. (The Daily Guardian, December 20, 2018, on page 1-14)
    With its booming tourism industry, the provincial government of Guimaras said it will do its best to avoid becoming “the next Boracay” as more foreign investors are expected to expand in the island. In his State of the ...
  • Globe launches long-term conservation plan for Boracay 

    (The Daily Guardian, June 15, 2018, on page 13)
    Globe Telecom has launched its long-term conservation and sustainability plan for Boracay, starting with its initiatives to help address untreated sewage that is causing pollution into the waters of the island. Globe ...
  • PH, China 'co-control' Panatag - Cayetano 

    ABS-CBN News (The Daily Guardian, June 20, 2018, on page 12)
    Beijing and Manila "co-control" the Panatag Shoal in the West Philippine Sea, Foreign Affairs Secretary Alan Peter Cayetano said Monday night amid reports of the Chinese coast guard's harassment of Filipino fishermen there. ...
  • Boracay Water investing P1.15B in new sewerage facilities 

    GMA News (The Daily Guardian, June 25, 2018, on page 18-19)
    The company has spent around 60 percent of the budget in light of the rehabilitation works in the island. Boracay island was ordered closed for six months, starting April 26, for environmental cleanup and rehabilitation. ...
  • Aquaculture training for teachers 

    Gallos, Lenilyn B. (The Daily Guardian, June 26, 2018, on page 13)
    The Institute of Aquaculture (IA) of the College of Fisheries and Ocean Sciences (CFOS) of UP Visayas (UPV) organized and conducted an Academic Aquaculture Enrichment Training for public school teachers at the UPV Miagao ...
  • PRA asked to join Iloilo River council 

    Conserva, Louine Hope (The Daily Guardian, April 17, 2018, on page 13)
    The Iloilo-Batiano River Development Council passed a resolution requesting the Philippine Reclamation Authority (PRA) to be its member during a session at the Iloilo City Hall Penthouse, August 10, 2018. According to City ...
  • Lost not ‘a single island’ but the whole of Spratlys 

    Todesillas, Ellen (The Daily Guardian, June 1, 2018, on page 5)
    Foreign Secretary Alan Peter Cayetano was being smart the other day when he challenged critics of the Duterte’s complacent attitude in the face of China aggressive moves in South China Sea. At the flag-raising ceremony at ...
  • Sea Turtle Freed 

    (The Daily Guardian, June 13, 2018, on page 2)
    Coinciding with the 120 Independence Day Celebration, a 45-kilo sea turtle was freed at Pilar Bay after the flag raising ceremony held in front of Pilar Municipal Hall in Pilar, Capiz. Pilar Mayor Gedeon "ike" Patricio, ...
  • 17 officials sued over Boracay woes 

    Conserva, Louine Hope; Rendon, Jennifer P. (The Daily Guardian, June 28, 2018, on page 1-14)
    Seventeen officials of Aklan province are accused of allegedly neglecting their duties that led to Boracay Island’s environmental crisis. Punong Barangays Hector Casidsid of Barangay Gabay of Manoc-Manoc and Lilibeth ...
  • DENR chief inspects Malandog River 

    Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR)-Region VI (The Daily Guardian, January 28, 2019, on page 13)
    Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) Secretary Roy. A Cimatu together with Regional Executive Director (RED) Francisco E. Milla Jr. of Region 6 conducted an on-site inspection on the ongoing Malandog River ...
  • Big time cleanup 

    Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR); Provincial Environment and Natural Resources Office (PENRO)-Antique (The Daily Guardian, January 29, 2019, on page 13-12)
    Employees of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources-Provincial Environment and Natural Resources (DENR-PENRO)-Antique give their strong support to the recent cleanup of Bagumbayan Creek which traverses three ...
  • DENR pursues clean water for Filipinos 

    (The Daily Guardian, January 28, 2019, on page 3)
    Water is an element that plays an important role in our daily life. It is one of the primary needs of humans and the environment to survive. A lot of people around the world are dying due to polluted and contaminated water ...
  • Mayor eyes coastal clean-up drive 

    PIO Iloilo City (The Daily Guardian, February 15, 2019, on page 12)
    In a move to make the coastlines clean, Iloilo City Mayor Jose Espinosa III said the City Government will initiate a clean-up drive. Espinosa has instructed the City Environment and Natural Resources Office (CENRO) to make ...
  • Management Group pushes for Boracay rehab by thematic areas 

    Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR)-Region VI (The Daily Guardian, February 19, 2019, on page 3-14)
    Boracay Inter-Agency Task Force (BIATF), which spearheaded the initial phase of the rehabilitation activities in the island resort, has been renamed Boracay Inter-Agency Rehabilitation Management Group (BIARMG). From a ...
  • Nogas Island corals get restoration support 

    (The Daily Guardian, February 21, 2013, on page B6)
    In an effort to help restore the damaged coral reefs in Nogas Island, Anini-y town, the Army’s 3rd Infantry Division and 301st and 82nd Infantry Brigades based in Miag-ao, Iloilo partnered with the municipal government y ...
  • Crocodiles: Caught in the jaws of extinction 

    Yan, Gregg (The Daily Guardian, February 22, 2013, on page B12-B4)
    Two decades later I found myself beside the world's largest captive crocodile, venerable Lolong, in Bunawan, Agusan del Sur. As a team from the DOST measured him, I realized that crocodiles actually lived way before many ...
  • Crocodiles: Caught in the jaws of extinction 

    Yan, Gregg (The Daily Guardian, February 15, 2013, on page 5-7)
    Two decades later I found myself beside the world's largest captive crocodile, venerable Lolong, in Bunawan, Agusan del Sur. As a team from the DOST measured him, I realized that crocodiles actually lived way before many ...
  • PCG denies extorting fishes in Olotayan 

    Celino, Felipe V. (The Daily Guardian, June 10, 2013, on page B2)
    The Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) based in Olotayan Island denied its personnel extort fishes from bigtime fishing operators to allow them access to the city’s fish sanctuary projects. Petty Officer Jonathan Bornales said ...
  • Rural banks urged to lend more to farmers, fishers 

    (The Daily Guardian, June 17, 2013, on page B1)
    The country's rural banks were urged to implement innovative financing programs to serve more small farmers, fishers and rural entrepreneurs. Department of Agriculture Secretary Proceso Alcala urged members of the Rural ...

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