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  • Manila Bay cleanup a unifying cause 

    (Malaya, September 11, 2019, on page B4)
    It has been eight months since the Duterte administration, particularly the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR), embarked on the almost impossible task of cleaning Manila Bay and making its waters safe ...
  • Yap cites need to protect Coral Triangle 

    (Malaya, February 11, 2010, on page D4)
    The partnership between the government and the private sector and the pursuit of innovations in climate change adaptations is meant to protect the Coral Triangle and ensure its diversity and sustainability for some 350 ...
  • Panelo: Critics can also fire first shot at China 

    Montemayor, Jocelyn; Reyes, Victor (Malaya, July 8, 2019, on page B1-B3)
    President Duterte's call for the United States to fire the first shot against China applies also to critics and detractors of his administration, Chief Presidential Legal Counsel and concurrent Presidential Spokesperson ...
  • Quirino province taps Nestlé for watershed rehab PPP 

    (Malaya, August 30, 2013, on page A9)
    Nestlé Philippines, Inc. through its Creating Shared Value Program, the Nescafé Plan, participated in the watershed rehabilitation program of the province of Quirino through the Q-LiFE (Quirino Livelihood for Everyone) ...
  • Loren hits TNT fishing in Siargao 

    (Malaya, March 27, 2014, on page B2)
    Sen. Loren Legarda yesterday called the attention of government agencies enforcing the Fisheries Code in light of reports of continuing practice of dynamite fishing in the waters of Siargao. The dynamite fishing caused the ...
  • Effects of climate change and exploitation on fisheries 

    Alcala, Angel C. (Malaya, February 6, 2014, on page B5)
    Two changes in the oceans that are driven by climate change are surface sea water temperatures and acidity. Several studies have documented the effects of these two changes on global fisheries. Sone of these studies were ...
  • Geothermal plant to help raise healthier fish, shrimps 

    Mercurio, Richmond (Malaya, February 25, 2014, on page A3)
    Renewable energy company Emerging power, Inc. (EPI) plans to hit two birds with one stone with it soon to rise 40-Megawatt (MW) geothermal power plant in Mindoro. EPI said the completion of the Montelago geothermal power ...
  • Blueprint for Palawan town out 

    Garcia, Albert (Malaya, November 26, 2015, on page A12)
    Tourism businesses looking to invest in San Vicente, Palawan are now expected to follow a set of guidelines aimed at ensuring the smooth growth of the industry in the area. Businesses would have to strictly follow a 30-meter ...
  • Arbitration hearing on sea dispute begins 

    Montemayor, Jocelyn; Lopez, JP (Malaya, November 25, 2015, on page B1-B6)
    Lawyers for the Philippines, backed by a large delegation of government officials, appeared Tuesday before a panel of international judges in The Hague seeking a ruling that could bolster territorial claims by a series of ...
  • Nabcor turns over state-of-the-art freezers to farmers, fisherfolks groups 

    (Malaya, January 27, 2010, on page A1)
    The Department of Agriculture's National Agribusiness Corp. (Nabcor) has formally turned over a state-of-the-art multifunctional freezer using the revolutionary brine immersion freezing (BIF) technology to small farmers ...
  • Man attacks sharks! 

    (Malaya, October 12, 2012, on page A11)
    Real shark fin soup, not the imitation stirred egg yolk version, is very expensive. At a price of more than (dollar sign) 700 per kilo, shark fin is among the world's most valuable fishery products. Which is why up to 73 ...
  • Interests converge vs marine pollution 

    United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) (Malaya, October 12, 2012, on page A11)
    Public awareness about the seas in the Philippines may be unparalleled. This, according to the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) which cites the work of the Coastal Conservation and Education Foundation (CCEF) in ...
  • P25 oysters at MARINA on Oct. 25 

    (Malaya, October 24, 2012, on page A10)
    Here's a treat for those who love oysters. MARINA Oysters Seafood Grill is offering its best-selling oysters at just P25 per order on Oct. 25 in celebration of its 25th anniversary. And as a bonus, it is also slashing ...
  • No fish story in Abalos wanting to go to Taiwan 

    Hachero, Ashzel (Malaya, October 25, 2012, on page B2)
    Former Commission on Elections chairman Benjamin Abalos Sr. yesterday asked two Pasay City courts handling the electoral sabotage charges against him for permission to be allowed to travel to Taiwan for four days next ...
  • Alliance Tuna in JV to import smoked salmon 

    Sarga, Dwight (Malaya, March 22, 2010, on page A2)
    Listed tuna manufacturer Alliance Tuna International Inc. (Alliance Tuna) and its subsidiary, Prime Foods New Zealand (PFNZ), have formed a joint-venture local firm to import and process smoked salmon. The processing ...
  • Scientists probe deep sea secrets 

    International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) (Malaya, October 19, 2012, on page A1)
    New facts about marine life are enabling scientists to locate some of the oceans's most ecologically and biologically significant areas in the planet's most remote places. For the first time, the world ocean, including its ...
  • Painting a better world for the pawikan 

    (Malaya, June 24, 2016, on page A8)
    The Aboitiz Group led in the design of a marine conservation-themed mural in Tipas Elementary School, Taguig City as part of the Group's efforts to create a #BetterWorld for the Pawikan. The mural, prominently occupying a ...
  • Pioneer Adhesives launches community, environmental efforts in Palawan 

    (Malaya, July 20, 2016, on page B7)
    Republic Chemical Industries Inc. (RCI), maker of Pioneer Epoxy, and its affiliate Pioneer Adhesive Foundation Inc. (PAFI), have recently conducted community relations and environmental efforts last July 15-17, 2016 in ...
  • US seafood catch hits 17-year high 

    Associated Press (AP) (Malaya, September 21, 2012, on page A5)
    The U.S. seafood catch reached a 17-year high last year, with all fishing regions of the country showing increases in both the volume and value of their harvests. Commercial fishermen last year caught 10.1 billion pounds ...
  • 'Bangus' shortage feared due to El Niño 

    Lopez, J. P. (Malaya, March 1, 2010, on page B3)
    Nacionalista Party vice presidential candidate Loren Legarda Saturday feared of bangus (milk fish) shortage due to El Nino. Legarda raised the alarm for government's local fisheries units to monitor the water situation ...

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