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    • 41 vessels sunk for fishing in Indonesia 

      Agence France-Presse (AFP) (Manila Standard, May 22, 2015, on page A2)
      Indonesia has sunk 41 foreign boats across the archipelago, reports said Thursday, as part of an ongoing push to stop illegal fishing in its waters. Authorities sank the vessels in public displays at several sites Wednesday, ...
    • Baby dugong dies in Thailand 

      (Manila Standard, August 18, 2019, on page A4)
      A sick baby dugong whose fight for recovery won hearts in Thailand and cast a spotlight on ocean conservation has died from an infection exacerbated by bits of plastic lining her stomach, officials said Saturday. Mariam ...
    • Duterte won't ignore Hague ruling 

      (Manila Standard, November 13, 2020, on page A2)
      President Rodrigo Duterte, appearing tough on the international arbitral ruling against China in 2016, told his fellow Southeast Asian leaders Thursday the determination by the Hague court as regards the disputed South ...
    • Orphaned dugong conservation star 

      Agence France-Presse (AFP) (Manila Standard, July 5, 2019, on page A1-A2)
      Cuddles at feeding time are one of many techniques vets in Thailand are using to raise an orphaned baby dugong named Mariam, and which have helped spread interest in ocean conservation in the process. Found stranded on a ...
    • PH, Vietnam working towards marine code 

      Araneta, Sandy (Manila Standard, April 28, 2015, on page A3)
      The Philippines and Vietnam have pledged to work for the adoption by the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) of a legally binding Code of Conduct amid massive reclamation activities by China in the disputed ...
    • Seafdec dept head reappointed 

      (Manila Standard, June 9, 2002, on page 1)
      Upon the government's endorsement, through President Arroyo, the chief of the Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center Aquaculture Department has been reappointed for an unprecedented four term. Dr. Rolando Platon was ...
    • SEARCA releases book on climate change 

      Jocson, Brenda (Manila Standard, February 4, 2017, on page C2)
      A book titled “Learning and Coping with Change: Case Stories of Climate Change Adaptation in Southeast Asia” is now off the presses. SEARCA director Dr. Gil C. Saguiguit Jr. said the book is the pioneering work of the First ...
    • Whales in the wild: rare gem amid Thailand's mass tourism 

      Thouvenot, Delphine (Manila Standard, December 14, 2016, on page B4)
      Piercing the water’s surface with its almond-shaped mouth, a giant Bryde’s whale opens wide for one, two, three seconds, gulping in anchovies as a boatload of awed tourist look on in the Gulf of Thailand. It’s a rare glimpse ...