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    • Agri losses from storms reach P1.55b 

      Campos, Othel (Manila Standard, July 28, 2018, on page A2)
      The Philippine agriculture sector sustained lost of P1.55 billion in crops and damaged farm infrastructures following the onslaught of three storms in a span of two weeks. Losses in fisheries totaled P146.58 million in ...
    • BFAR R3 builds 22 fishports 

      Dizon, Romeo (Manila Standard, September 17, 2016, on page C2)
      The Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources in Central Luzon is constructing 22 community fishing ports worth P65 million throughout the region to help fishermen earn more for their families. The community fishing ports, ...
    • Carpio won't back down stand vs china 

      Requejo, Rey (Manila Standard, October 23, 2018, on page A3)
      Acting Chief Justice Antonio Carpio will not change his strong stance on the country’s sovereignty over the West Philippine Sea in his bid for the most coveted post in the judiciary. Carpio, one of the five most senior ...
    • China's gunboat diplomacy 

      (Manila Standard, January 28, 2021, on page B1)
      While Chinese President Xi Jinping preached global cooperation and warned of “arrogant isolation” in a video address to the World Economic Forum this week, China prepared to carry out a new law that allows its coast guard ...
    • Equip fishermen with better boats to fish in WPS - Alejano 

      Cruz, Maricel V. (Manila Standard, March 2, 2018, on page A3)
      An opposition lawmaker on Thursday called on the government to develop the fishing industry and at the same time assert its ownership of the seas on its exclusive economic zone by providing fishermen with bigger boats that ...
    • Fisheries bureau raises red tide alert in Davao 

      Gonzales, Anna Leah (Manila Standard, April 16, 2015, on page A7)
      The Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources yesterday raised the red tide alert in the coastal waters of Balite Bay in Mati, Davao Oriental. BFAR in its recent shellfish bulletin said that the coastal waters of Bolinao ...
    • The Hague decision enters 5th year 

      (Manila Standard, July 12, 2021, on page A1-A2)
      A Filipino fisherman, recalling an incident three years ago, said members of the Chinese Coast Guard chose the best catch of his fellow fishers and left liquor and a pack of instant noodles in exchange. Ernie Egana, of ...
    • How to rehabilitate Manila Bay 

      Lopez, Tony (Manila Standard, February 8, 2019, on page A5)
      In 1975, environmental planner Architect Felino “Jun” Palafox and colleagues from the Planning and Project Development Office of the Department of Public Works, Transportation, and Communication unveiled the Manila Bay ...
    • Red tide alert up in several provinces 

      Estrada, Ana Leah (Manila Standard, January 9, 2015, on page B5)
      The Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR) has raised the red tide alert in the coastal waters of Milagros in Masbate, and Bolinao, Anda, Alaminos, and Wawa, Bani in Pangasinan, a senior official said on Thursday. ...
    • Red tide forecast to spread 

      Campos, Othel V. (Manila Standard, February 27, 2010, on page A2)
      "Harmful algal blooms occur during heat spells," said Malcolm Sarmiento, director of the Fisheries and Aquatic Resources Bureau. "We are closely monitoring our seas, and we keep reminding the regions to keep a tight watch ...
    • 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 ...
    • A world without waste 

      (Manila Standard, October 16, 2018, on page C1)
      Over 19 coasts across the Philippines, including the shores of Subic Bay in Zambales and Roxas Boulevard in Manila, were lined with people—some of them associates of Coca-Cola Philippines and their families—picking up all ...
    • Youth to unleash inner heroes in 2018 International Coastal Cleanup Summit 

      (Manila Standard, September 25, 2018, on page B4)
      The International Coastal Cleanup is a global movement celebrated every third Saturday of September yearly and being participated by more than 100 countries across the globe, including the Philippines, as we rally the ...