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  • RLC joins int'l coastal clean-up 

    (Malaya, October 13, 2017, on page A10)
    Robinsons Land Corp. (RLC), through its Robinsons "RLove" corporate social responsibility (CSR) program, actively participated in the International Coastal Clean-up in Las Pinas-Paranaque Critical Habitat and Eco-Tourism ...
  • Duterte sets PH Rise visit 

    Montemayor, Jocelyn (Malaya, May 9, 2018, on page B2)
    President Duterte will visit the Philippine Rise on October 15 to 16 to mark the anniversary of the renaming of the intercontinental shelf and lead the send-off rites for an all-Filipino scientific team what would conduct ...
  • Chevron joins coastal cleanup for endangered sea turtles 

    (Malaya, November 17, 2017, on page A2)
    Employees of Chevron Philippines Inc. (CPI), marketer of Caltex fuels and lubricants, teamed up with over 200 townsfolk and local government officials of San Pascual, Batangas to fill more than 400 trash bags which amounted ...
  • DENR cites LGU efforts on 'butanding' preservation 

    (Malaya, November 6, 2017, on page A2)
    The Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) has cited the country’s gains in protecting the whale shark or butanding, calling the local conservation effort a significant model worth emulating. During the ...
  • Policy on China probed today 

    Lopez, JP (Malaya, August 13, 2018, on page B1-B2)
    Senators are expected to grill Foreign Affairs Secretary Alan Peter Cayetano today, as the Senate foreign affairs and defense committees start their foreign policy audit on the Duterte Administration in relation to the ...
  • Duterte not so lovin' China? 

    Montemayor, Jocelyn (Malaya, August 15, 2018, on page B2)
    President Duterte yesterday said China should "temper its behavior" on the South China Sea/ West Philippine Sea area. Duterte, during the launch of Go Negosyo's "Pilipinas Angat Lahat," said "one of these days, before my ...
  • DENR clears Boracay establishments 

    (Malaya, October 15, 2018, on page A2)
    The Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) has lifted the suspension on the environmental compliance certificates (ECCs) of some businesses in Boracay a few weeks before the reopening of the island. DENR ...
  • Colombia's island fishermen dive into battle to protect coral reefs 

    Moloney, Anastasia (Malaya, November 13, 2018, on page B5)
    For nearly three decades, Javier Barker has fished in the Caribbean Sea surrounding the Colombian island of San Andres - but until recently he knew little about the importance of coral reefs that fish depend on to survive. ...
  • Leni: Fight attempts to give up claims in S. China sea 

    De Leon, Angela Lopez (Malaya, November 19, 2018, on page B1-B6)
    Vice President Leni Robredo yesterday said any attempt from the government to give up the country's ownership and claims in the South China Sea should be strongly opposed. Robredo issued the statement in reaction to President ...
  • More civilian focus, less military, in South China Sea would ease fears: Chinese paper 

    Reuters (Malaya, November 22, 2018, on page B5)
    China should put more focus on building civilian facilities on islands in the South China Sea and less emphasis on the military to better sooth regional fears about China's intentions, an influential state-run paper said ...
  • Galunggong imported from China tainted? 

    Naval, Gerard (Malaya, August 23, 2018, on page B2)
    The Department of Health yesterday warned the public to be careful about consuming round scad or galunggong that will be imported from China and are suspected to be tainted with formalin. Health Secretary Francisco Duque ...
  • UNI Ocean Conservation Center to open at Manila Ocean Park 

    (Malaya, August 8, 2018, on page B7)
    With the aim of Saving Our Ocean, Lupel Corporation Vice President and General Manager Mitch Pellicer thought it wise to come up with an educational AVP for everyone, especially for children, discouraging all Filipinos not ...
  • Senate starts inquiry on PH Rise 

    Lopez, JP (Malaya, February 26, 2018, on page B2)
    The Senate committee on science and technology will start today its hearing on issues surrounding the Philippine Rise amid controversies on the naming of some of its features by Chinese scientists. Invited to the hearing ...
  • Boracay 'polluters' given 2 months to comply 

    Macapagal, Jed (Malaya, February 15, 2018, on page A2)
    The Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) has given commercial establishments releasing untreated wastewater and sewage into the waters of the island of Boracay up to two months to connect to sewage treatment ...
  • Fluctuating output brings seaweed prices down 

    Icamina, Paul (Malaya, November 29, 2017, on page A1-A4)
    A cycle of boon and bane is bringing down the price of dried seaweed. "The low buying price is caused by production fluctuation from late 2015 until early 2017," said Dr. Nicomedes Decomenden of the Bureau of Fisheries and ...
  • Aboitiz Group helps save the Pawikan 

    (Malaya, March 1, 2019, on page A7)
    Aboitiz Group Through Aboitiz Foundation and AboitizPower business unit Davao Light and Power Company renewed its commitment to intensify conversation efforts for the marine turtle or pawikan particularly the critically ...
  • The Mabini Reef 

    Arcilla, Rey O. (Malaya, May 27, 2014, on page B4)
    The government says it will exhaust all diplomatic and legal means to prevent China from turning Mabini Reef into another Mischief Reef. As I said in my last column, web should do as Vietnam has done in the disputed Paracels ...
  • Reclamation blues 

    (Malaya, February 13, 2019, on page B4)
    A top official of the Philippine Reclamation Authority (PRA) told a hearing of the House of Representatives that the agency is currently processing 22 reclamation project in Manila Bay, three of which are nearing approval. ...
  • Lorenzana: We have not, and will never surrender any part of our territory 

    Wakefield, Francis T (Manila Bulletin, January 6, 2019, on page 1-4)
    Defense Secretary Delfin N. Loren­zana cited the most critical external security challenge for the Philippines is the competing territorial and maritime claims in the South China Sea when he spoke before alumni and students ...
  • DA forges fisheries deal with Papua New Guinea 

    Miraflor, Madelaine B. (Manila Bulletin, February 4, 2019, on page B-9)
    The Department of Agriculture (DA), through the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR), has forged a deal on fisheries development with the National Fisheries Authority (NFA) of the Independent State of Papua New ...

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