Recent Submissions

  • Agriculture and fisheries information services 

    (Malaya, June 23, 2016, on page A11)
    1. Provide briefing/orientation on the Department’s thrust, programs and services 2. Refers Clients to specific DA Agency for their requests and needs and provide information, education and communication (IEC) ...
  • Fishermen and Duterte 

    (Malaya, May 30, 2016, on page B4)
    The Pambansang Pamalakaya ng Pilipinas has found a reason to be excited recent pronouncements and actions by President Rodrigo Duterte on the issue of the fishing, especially in traditional Filipino fishing grounds such ...
  • One voice on China 

    (Malaya, June 19, 2018, on page B4)
    The Senate has finally made known its predilection to put in order the ongoing national conversation on the South China Sea, by conducting a public inquiry on the current foreign policy issues bedeviling the trouble-prone ...
  • Farm, fisher folk seen to benefit from mining 

    (Malaya, February 27, 2013, on page A7)
    The head of a farm and fishery group recently pointed out the benefits to farmers and fisherfolk from mining projects specially large one like Tampakan in SouthCotabato. Roy Moreni, chair of the Koronadal City Agri-Fishery ...
  • Salvage ship prepares to work 

    Reyes, Victor (Malaya, February 19, 2013, on page B2)
    Crane ship Jacson 25 is expected to be back at the Tubbataha Reef this morning after loading in Puerto Princesa City equipment and personnel needed for salvage operations for the grounded USS Guardian, said Commodore Enrico ...
  • US ship salvage team still looking for break in weather 

    Reyes, Victor (Malaya, February 18, 2013, on page B6)
    Salvage operations for the US Navy ship that ran aground at the world heritage site Tubbataha Reef in Palawan were again hampered by inclement weather. A large cane ship, Jascon 25, arrived as expected Saturday night at ...
  • Islands want UN to see climate as security threat 

    Associated Press (AP) (Malaya, February 18, 2013, on page B4-B5)
    The Marshall Islands and other low-lying island nations appealed to the U.N. Security Council on Friday to recognize climate change as an international security threat that jeopardizes their very survival. Tony deBrum, a ...
  • Holcim backs Davao river watershed conservation 

    (Malaya, February 22, 2013, on page A10)
    After the successful first run of a project to help conserve the Davao River watershed, Holcim Philippines has renewed its partnership with an environment group to train an indigenous community in the Marilog uplands on ...
  • Reclaiming a little bit of Manila Bay 

    Paredes, Ducky (Malaya, February 6, 2013, on page B4-B5)
    Is a partial reclamation of Manila Bay a bad idea? Will it worsen the yearly floods and the high tides from the sea that bring floods to Manila? Not according to architect and urban planner Felino "Jun" Palafox Jr. In fact, ...
  • US throws in more money to 'soften' Tubbataha damage 

    De Vera, Evangeline; Reyes, Victor (Malaya, February 4, 2013, on page B6)
    The United States yesterday committed to giving P4.1 million to support coral restoration efforts of the Philippine government following the January 17 grounding of the USS Guardian minesweeper at the Tubbataha Reef off ...
  • Vetiver 'miracle grass' has wide variety of uses 

    (Malaya, August 15, 2013, on page A2)
    With the devastation from recent storms, typhoons and heavy monsoon rains, climate change has become a great concern in the country. Flooding and landslides have prompted both government and private sector to search for ...
  • Sarangani Energy saves threatened sea turtles 

    (Malaya, June 29, 2018, on page A9)
    Alsons Power Group's Sarangani Energy Corp. (SEC), which operates the 210-megawatt SEC baseload coal-fired power plant in Maasim, Sarangani Province, recently teamed up with the Maasim Local government and other community ...
  • LG Commemorates World Environment Day 2018 with a Global Clean-up Initiative 

    (Malaya, June 13, 2018, on page A10)
    Celebrated every year on June 5, World Environment Day, hosted by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), promotes positive eco-action, and creates ideal opportunities for individuals and communities to understand ...
  • PH, Japan hold drills in S'China Sea 

    Reyes, Victor (Malaya, May 11, 2015, on page B1-B6)
    Navy chief Vice Adm. Jesus Millan yesterday said a naval drill with two Japanese destroyers in the South China Sea on Tuesday is merely meant to avoid unnecessary encounters at sea and has nothing to do with the two ...
  • China accuses PH of 'provocation' 

    Montemayor, Jocelyn (Malaya, May 6, 2015, on page B6)
    China has accused the Philippines of violating a 13-year-old informal code of conduct in the South China Sea with its building work on disputed islets, firing back again after repeated criticism of China's own construction ...
  • Mangroves not best buffer vs storm surges 

    Icamina, Paul M. (Malaya, May 15, 2015, on page B1-B6)
    Mangroves hit by strong typhoons are slow to recover, something to think about in the rush to rehabilitate shorelines as a buffer against storm surges. a study before and after a strong typhoon hits mangrove forests has ...
  • RP shrimp farmers to raise antibiotic-free shrimps 

    (Malaya, July 14, 2002, on page 2)
    Armed with the latest technologies in shrimp culture, the country's shrimp growers hope to regain its position in the world's top prawn producers by committing to produce antibiotic-free shrimps grown only in environment-friendly ...
  • [ The Department of Agriculture (DA) celebrates its 118th Anniversary ] 

    (Malaya, June 23, 2016, on page A11)
    The Department of Agriculture (DA) celebrates its 118th Anniversary with its vital role in nation building more marked than ever. Mandated to promote agricultural and fisheries development and growth, the DA has been at ...
  • Customs - NAIA intensifies efforts against illegal wildlife smuggling 

    (Malaya, March 5, 2019, on page A5)
    The Bureau of Customs - Port of NAIA turned over to the Department of Environment and Natural Resources - Wildlife Traffic Monitoring Unit (DENR - WTMU) 1,529 live exotic turtles at the NAIA Terminal 2, Pasay City. The ...
  • RP scientist named Pew Fellow 

    (Malaya, February 10, 2005, on page 13)
    A witness to the destruction of mangroves in her native Philippines, Jurgenne Honculada Primavera has won the world's most prestigious award in marine conservation and will use it to protect this essential habitat. As one ...

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