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    • Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources, Shellfish Bulletin No. 03, Series of 2021, 08 February 2021 

      Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR) (The Philippine Star, February 11, 2021, on page B6)
      Based on the latest laboratory results of the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR) and Local Government Units (LGUs), shellfishes collected at Coastal waters of Inner Malampaya Sound, Taytay in Palawan; Sorsogon ...
    • Rody to Sino envoy: We're concerned about your ships 

      Salaverria, Leila B.; Cabalza, Dexter (Philippine Daily Inquirer, March 26, 2021, on page A4)
      President Rodrigo Duterte has told the Chinese ambassador that the Philippines was concerned about the large number of Chinese vessels at Julian Felipe (Whitsun) Reef and reasserted the international arbitral tribunal’s ...
    • Dredging of Marikina River starts Wednesday 

      Marcelo, Elizabeth (The Philippine Star, February 15, 2021, on page 8)
      The dredging activities in Marikina River will start on Wednesday as the Department of Environment and Natural Resources found out that 25 lot parcels, with a total area of 27 hectares, were illegally reclaimed, DENR ...
    • USAID forges partnerships for watershed management 

      Talavera, Catherine (The Philippine Star, March 26, 2021, on page B7)
      The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) has launched two partnerships on watershed management aimed at boosting access to clean and safe water and sanitation services in the Philippines. USAID had ...
    • Japan challenges incursions by Chinese ships 

      Agence France-Presse (AFP) (Philippine Daily Inquirer, February 9, 2021, on page B3)
      Japan said Monday it has protested to China over two incursions into Japanese territorial waters that come after Beijing enacted legislation toughening its response to violations of its maritime territory.
    • Rody raises Phl reef incident to Chinese envoy 

      Romero, Alexis; Cabrera, Romina; Lee-Brago, Pia; Marcelo, Elizabeth (The Philippine Star, March 26, 2021, on page 2)
      President Duterte raised the Julian Felipe Reef incident to Chinese Ambassador Huang Xilian and insisted that the issue be resolved based on the rules of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS), ...
    • How's Boracay waste mgt, water quality 

      Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR)-Region VI; PN (Panay News, March 25, 2021, on page 9-14)
      Secretary Roy Cimatu of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) instructed the Environmental Management Bureau (EMB) in Region 6 to continue checking solid waste management in Boracay Island and the ...
    • China vs. Taiwan 

      Cruz, Elfren S. (The Philippine Star, February 14, 2021, on page 7)
      Last September, Taiwan Foreign Minister Joseph Wu warned that after China’s seizure of Hong Kong, Taiwan will be the next target as it looks for a “…scapegoat in facing its internal and external crisis.” Among the external ...
    • River rehab project displaces informal settlers 

      Philippine News Agency (PNA); PN (Panay News, March 17, 2021, on page 9)
      A total of 18 informal settlers each received P10,000 financial assistance from the provincial government for their relocation. These informal settlers were affected by the ongoing P50-million Malandog River Rehabilitation ...
    • DA, DOTr, DOE partner to provide farmers, fishers reefer vans 

      GB; Department of Agriculture- Agriculture and Information Division (DA-AFID) (Panay News, March 16, 2021, on page 13)
      The departments of agriculture (DA), transportation (DOTr), and energy (DOE) are joining forces to provide farming and fishing communities access to refrigerated container vans or reefer vans that will benefit both producers ...
    • US warships in South China Sea as Beijing ups Taiwan pressure 

      Reuters (Philippine Daily Inquirer, January 25, 2021, on page A7)
      A US aircraft carrier group led by USS Theodore Roosevelt has entered the South China Sea to promote “freedom of the seas,” the American military said on Sunday, as Taiwan reported that another large flight of Chinese ...
    • PH protests Chinese ships in WPS 

      Aning, Jerome; Santos, Tina G.; Corrales, Nestor; Enano, Jhesset O.; Andrade, Jeannette I. (Philippine Daily Inquirer, March 22, 2021, on page A3)
      The Philippines has expressed concern that some 220 vessels, believed to be manned by Chinese maritime militia personnel, were spotted on March 7 in the disputed South China Sea, the latest example of tensions in the crucial ...
    • USA conducts 2021 Research Conference 

      PN (Panay News, March 24, 2021, on page 11)
      The University of San Agustin (USA) conducted a virtual press conference in celebration of its 68th anniversary as a University. The 2021 USA Research Press Conference kicked off around 10:00 am on March 2 followed by a ...
    • Carpio: Chinese ships in PH's reef could be a 'prelude' to occupation 

      Co, Adrian Stewart (Panay News, March 25, 2021, on page 5)
      Former Supreme Court associate justice Antonio Carpio warned that the presence of Chinese vessels at Julian Felipe Reef should be a cause of concern as it may prelude to occupation and building of a naval base. The Chinese ...
    • PH military chief Chinese vessels' formation suspicious 

      Yap, DJ; Santos, Tina G.; Aurelio, Julie M.; Galvez, Daphne (Philippine Daily Inquirer, March 25, 2021, on page A4)
      The Armed Forces chief, Gen. Cirilito Sobejana, on Wednesday said the military-style formation of about 200 Chinese vessels at a reef within the country’s 370-kilometer exclusive economic zone (EEZ) in the South China Sea ...
    • Pilot whales refloat at stranding spot 

      BBC (Panay News, February 25, 2021, on page 9)
      Rescuers have successfully refloated 28 pilot whales on a notorious New Zealand beach where they had repeatedly beached themselves. The long-finned pilot whales were part of a pod of around 50 first found on Monday at ...
    • Australia, Japan, UK air concern over Chinese vessels 

      Lee-Brago, Pia; Romero, Paolo; Felipe, Cecille Suerte; Punay, Edu; Villanueva, Rhodina (The Philippine Star, March 25, 2021, on page 2)
      Australia, Japan and the United Kingdom have expressed concern over the presence of around 220 Chinese vessels on Julian Felipe Reef in the West Philippine Sea. “Japan strongly opposes any action that heightens tensions. ...
    • Sea turtles dot Boracay shores 

      PN (Panay News, January 22, 2021, on page 9)
      This island is not only the world’s best beach because of its white sandy beach and turquoise waters. It is also a nesting ground of sea turtles. At the start of the year, 196 sea turtle hatchlings were recorded in different ...
    • River dredging 'still a go' despite criticisms 

      Bañaga, Dominique Gabriel (Panay News, February 13, 2021, on page 1-14)
      The planned dredging of rivers in E.B. Magalona, Negros Occidental is pushing through this month despite objections from local environmentalists. Mayor Marvin Malacon repudiated the claims of the Green Alert Environmental ...
    • 200 mangrove propagules planted in Nueva Valencia 

      Sornito, Ime (Panay News, February 23, 2021, on page 9-14)
      Some 200 mangrove propagules were planted along the coast of Barangay La Paz here on Feb. 20 by personnel of the municipal government and police station. Mangrove planting is a quarterly activity of the local government. ...