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Fisherfolk hold protest action against lifting of open-pit mining ban

The protesters said the government’s decision to allow open-pit mining operations will severely affect rivers, seas, and marine biodiversity

Who is ‘Ka Dodoy,’ the Filipino recipient of this year’s Ramon...

Since he was young, Ka Dodoy knew the realities of diminishing fish harvests in once rich fishing grounds

‘Sea Sunday,’ fishermen, and the West Philippine Sea

Pope Francis earlier said that “without the people of the sea, many parts of the world would starve”

Photos: Hunting for food in the land of the giants

Veteran photojournalist Gil Nartea visited the town of Angono to look for giants, or “higantes,” but what he found were men with guns

Filipino seafarers, fishermen face rough sailing amid pandemic

In recent years, Filipino fishermen complain that they were being harassed by Chinese boats and armed men at sea

Manila prelate calls for support for agriculture, fisherfolk

The government's call for people in the cities to go back to the provinces will only fail if the agriculture sector will not get adequate support.

Amid quarantine, Mindanao villagers protect, release turtle hatchlings

Even under community quarantine, fisherfolk in the town of Magsaysay in the southern Philippine province of Misamis Oriental were able to protect a hawksbill turtle nesting ground.

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