Mga residente ng Balabac, sinabing hirap umiwas sa pag-atake ng buwaya

Sa pagbisita ng Palawan Council for Sustainable Development Staff (PCSDS) at mga katuwang na ahensya nito sa mga barangay sa Balabac na apektado ng pag-atake ng buwaya, ibinahagi ng mga residente na hirap silang iwasan ang mga insidente sa buwaya dahil sa kakulangan ng mga alternatibong hanapbuhay, tulay sa mga ilog, at patubig sa mga continue reading : Mga residente ng Balabac, sinabing hirap umiwas sa pag-atake ng buwaya

PPSRNP park rangers take capacity building course

Forty-two staff of Puerto Princesa Subterranean River National Park (PPSRNP) are taking a week-long capacity building training at Sitio Sabang, Oct. 13 to 18. The training course is designed to equip participants with enough knowledge of environmental laws and cases, criminal procedures, technical skills, and other disciplines necessary for a forest ranger to obtain. DENR-CENRO continue reading : PPSRNP park rangers take capacity building course

RFF close season, tuluyang ipapatupad ng PCSD

Upang mapanatili ang produksyon ng reef-fish-for-food (RFF) sa karagatan, makapahinga ang mga bahura na tirahan nito, at matugunan ang walang kontrol na pagkuha nito, nagdesisyon na ang Palawan Council for Sustainable Development (PCSD) noong ika-256 pagpupulong ng konseho na muling ipatupad ang “seasonal control” ng RFF. Matatandaang sinuspinde ang implementasyon ng seasonal control sa RFF continue reading : RFF close season, tuluyang ipapatupad ng PCSD

Vietnamese fishermen charged with poaching in Palawan

Eight fishermen were arrested by the Philippine authorities for illegal entry inside the country’s territorial waters in Mangsee Palawan and for allegedly poaching assorted species of marine wildlife last Sept. 27. After an inspection, the Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) has found 11 Spotted White Wedgefish, 3 unknown shark skin, 2 unknown shark jaws, and 3 continue reading : Vietnamese fishermen charged with poaching in Palawan

Five municipalities join forces to protect marine waters of southern Palawan

Municipalities of Aborlan, Narra, Sofronio Española, Brooke’s Point, and Bataraza signed an agreement to join forces in battling illegal fishing within their municipal waters, through the establishment of a network called Southern Palawan Initiative Dedication for Environment Protection and Management (SPIDERMAN), yesterday, during the MPA Summit 2019 at Citystate Asturias Hotel Palawan. Through this Memorandum continue reading : Five municipalities join forces to protect marine waters of southern Palawan