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Avian flu poultry ban partially lifted – Philippine Star


Philippine Star

Avian flu poultry ban partially lifted
Philippine Star
MANILA, Philippines – Despite the unfinished task of eliminating avian flu, the government has lifted its ban on the transport and shipment of poultry and poultry products nationwide. Agriculture Secretary Emmanuel Piñol yesterday signed an
Bird flu virus slips into 2 Nueva Ecija townsInquirer.net
Palace reiterates no bird-to-human avian flu contamination in PHLGMA News
DA to release P31-M aid to farmers affected by avian flu in PampangaManila Bulletin
Rappler –The Indian Express –The Manila Times
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Philippine Solar Power Developers Call For Extension Of Incentives

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Prospective solar power project developers in the Philippines have again called upon the government to increase the capacity eligible for higher feed-in tariffs. The Philippine Solar Power Alliance has urged the government to increase the capacity eligible for higher feed-in tariff from 500 MW to 2 GW. The recommendation comes following the government’s announcement to

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FDA panel backs avian flu vaccine for adults – Philippine Star

FDA panel backs avian flu vaccine for adults
Philippine Star
A Food and Drug Administration advisory panel gave its unanimous support to vaccine designated for a national stockpile, where it would be reserved for use during an avian influenza pandemic or outbreak. The FDA's Vaccines and Related Biological …

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Petron claims responsibility, apologizes for oil spill – Philippine Star


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Petron claims responsibility, apologizes for oil spill
Philippine Star
MANILA, Philippines – Petron Corp. is taking responsibility for the massive oil spill in Rosario, Cavite last week. In a statement, Petron president Lubin Nepomuceno yesterday said the company also apologized for the damage caused by the oil leak.
Coast Guard confirms Petron underwater pipe leak caused oil spill in CaviteInquirer.net
Dead fish after huge oil spill in PhilippinesThe Malay Mail Online
Public warned vs buying diesel salvaged from oil spillABS CBN News
Manila Standard Today –Rappler
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Chinese vessel on Philippine coral reef caught with illegal pangolin meat – The Guardian


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Chinese vessel on Philippine coral reef caught with illegal pangolin meat
The Guardian
All trade in the four Asian species of pangolin has been illegal since 2002 but the appetite of Chinese consumers for its meat, prized as a delicacy, and its scales, believed to benefit breast-feeding mothers, has virtually wiped out the creatures in
Pangolin Meat From China Found After Boat Crashes Into Coral Reef At Huffington Post


What Is A Pangolin? Chinese Vessel Filled With Meat From Protected Species International Business Times
Chinese Fisherman Held in Philippines: 10000Kgs of Endangered Pangolin IBTimes.co.uk
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Stranded ship threatens Philippine reef

A foreign cargo ship is stranded on a protected coral reef in the southern Philippines and may be stuck for three weeks, raising fears of environmental damage, authorities said on Thursday.
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Environment-friendly printers light up QC school – Philippine Star Online

MANILA, Philippines – To create a perfect learning space, a school for young pupils in Quezon City has turned to leading information technology company Hewlett Packard (HP) to become the first campus designed using environment-friendly printers. Armando …
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