By DJ Yap
Two rivers and two lakes in the country’s southern parts have been classified as potential sources of drinking water by the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR), an official said Thursday.
By DJ Yap
Alien species are invading Philippine forests and lakes, threatening endemic and indigenous flora and fauna, officials said on Wednesday.
By Edwin Fernandez
, Jeoffrey Maitem
COTABATO CITY, Philippines – Flooding has been eased in more villages here as of Sunday, as the military removed more than 40 percent of the thick water hyacinths that have been clogging the Rio Grande de Mindanao. Colonel Prudencio Asto, spokesperson for the military’s 6th Infantry Division, told the Philippine Daily Inquirer by phone that [...]
THE FOLLOWING are recommendations from BFAR Ilocos Director Nestor Domenden to bangus growers and local governments so they could avoid fishkill. For bangus growers: Self-regulation Follow municipal zoning plan in aquaculture areas Adhere to responsible aquaculture practices (proper stocking density, feeding management and spacing of pens and cages, among others). Follow concept of production programming [...]
By Dona Pazzibugan
MANILA, Philippines – Losses from the massive fish kill gripping the provinces of Batangas and Pangasinan have exceeded P190 million, a national disaster agency reported. The National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC) said that as of Monday afternoon, Batangas has reported P150 million in losses while Pangasinan reported P40.71 million. At least 374 [...]