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    • Predators now protectors of Tubbataha marine park 

      Lingao, Ed; Espina-Letargo, Justine (Malaya, December 24, 2010, on page B6)
      It's been a challenge every step of the way, but the efforts of Tubbataha's warriors have not been for naught. The WWF reports that the hard coral cover of Tubbataha increased from 40 percent in 2004 to 46 percent in 2005, ...
    • ADB gives Pasig River rehabilitation a failing grade 

      Celis, Angela Lorraine (Malaya, December 28, 2010, on page A7)
      A 15-year program which started in 1999 to rehabilitate the Pasig River was rated unsuccessful by the Asian Development Bank (ADB). "The program was too ambitious, and its implementation arrangements too complicated to be ...
    • EU bans uncertified RP tuna 

      Icamina, Paul (Malaya, January 26, 2010, on page A1-A5)
      The Philippine is losing millions of dollars in potential revenue because its marine products are off limits to European consumers. Since January 1, the European Union (EU) imposed a mandatory scheme that allows only seafood ...
    • 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 ...
    • US supports PH, China talks 

      Montemayor, Jocelyn (Malaya, July 27, 2016, on page B1-B7)
      US Secretary of State John Kerry said on Tuesday he supported the resumption of bilateral talks between China and the Philippines over the South China Sea, following a ruling against Beijing over the dispute earlier this ...
    • RP asked to back ban on bluefin tuna 

      Icamina, Paul M. (Malaya, March 19, 2010, on page B1-B6)
      An official of the World Wild Fund for Nature (WWF) yesterday urged the Philippines to support a proposed ban on the fishing and trade of the Atlantic bluefin tuna. "If we don't support the international trade ban, we might ...
    • 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 ...
    • IMO meeting to adopt fishing boat safety rules 

      (Malaya, October 11, 2012, on page A8)
      A two-day diplomatic conferences that opened here Tuesday is expected to adopt an agreement on implementing the provisions of the 1993 protocol relating to a UN convention for the safety of fishing vessels. The conference ...
    • 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 ...
    • Landbank, BFAR tie up for mariculture parks 

      (Malaya, March 22, 2010, on page A7)
      The Land Bank of the Philippines (Landbank) recently signed a memorandum of agreement with the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR) for the promotion of mariculture parks in the country. This tie up its congruent ...
    • DENR creates task force to monitor coral bleaching 

      de Leon, Angela Lopez (Malaya, September 13, 2010, on page B2)
      Environment Secretary Ramon Paje has ordered the Protected Areas and Wildlife Bureau (PAWB) to create a task force that will monitor and document coral bleaching in the country. Paje also directed his regional officials ...
    • Sea pollution cut since 1972 UN accord, IMO says 

      (Malaya, October 30, 2012, on page A8)
      The use of the world's oceans as a dumping ground for harmful wastes has been systematically regulated and reduced under the terms of an international convention that was adopted 40 years ago, the UN agency that polices ...
    • The marine sanctuary 

      (Malaya, September 12, 2012, on page B7)
      Among the many attractions at Shangri-La's Mactan Resort and Spa, Cebu is its white sand beach and pristine waters. Guests can enjoy the added thrill of swimming with the schools of tropical fish that make their home in ...
    • Boracay soft opening seen in September 

      Lopez, JP (Malaya, June 21, 2018, on page B1-B2)
      Parts of Boracay Island in Malay, Aklan could be reopened to tourists by first week of September, an official of Department of Interior and Local Governments official told senators yesterday. DILG Undersecretary Epimaco ...
    • 2 Filipino fishermen rescued in disputed West Philippine Sea 

      Reyes, Victor (Malaya, June 29, 2018, on page B3)
      A United States Navy destroyer rescued two Filipino fishermen whose fishing boat encountered engine trouble in disputed areas in the West Philippine Sea on Tuesday, it was reported yesterday. The Arleigh Burke-class guided ...
    • Study reveals unnecessary regulatory burden in agri, fisheries 

      (Malaya, June 18, 2018, on page A2)
      A study conducted by the Development Academy of the Philippines (DAP) revealed that unnecessary regulatory burden affects the ease of doing business in the agriculture and fishery sector. The study, commissioned by the ...
    • 25 dolphins 'allowed' to leave 

      de Leon, Angela Lopez (Malaya, October 18, 2012, on page B6)
      A Quezon City court yesterday lifted the 72-hour temporary environment protection order (TEPO) that prevents the Department of Agriculture and the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources from issuing a permit to re-export ...