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PH tells US: Pay up for Tubbataha damage

The Philippines is now asking the United States to pay up after one of its naval ships damaged the Tubbataha Reef in 2013. But the reef's managers doubt if Manila can get Beijing to compensate for the Chinese vessel that ran aground there, too. - ... ABS-CBN News, 1 month ago
US ready to pay for Tubbataha damage Manila Times, 5 days ago
DFA confident US will pay damages in Tubbataha Manila Bulletin, 2 months ago

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Loren prods DENR, Senate panel on Tubbataha Reef damage, geohazard maps

Sen. Loren Legarda gestures at the Senate hearing she called Tuesday to get an update on protected areas, particularly action taken to restore the damaged Tubbataha Reef. SENATE PRIB PHOTO, ALBERT CALVELO The online news ...
 Interaksyon3 weeks ago

US yet to pay P60-M fine for damage to Tubbataha

The United States has yet to pay the P60-million fine for a US Navy ship that ran aground on the Tubbataha Reef natural park in Palawan early last year, a report on GMA's 24 Oras said Wednesday. According to the report, the fine could have been ...
 GMA News.tv1 month ago PH has yet to file reef pay claims  Manila Standard Today1 month ago

Take a virtual tour of Tubbataha Reef with Google

It's not quite your usual Street View from Google, but you definitely can't argue with the breathtaking view. Tubbataha Reef, considered one of the planet's most remarkable coral reefs, is now on Google's (Underwater) Street View, featuring images ...
 GMA News.tv1 month ago
University of Queensland

Coral reef damage extensive after a US Navy ship ran aground

The captured this image of a turtle in the undamaged area of Tubbataha Reefs Natural Park.20 May 2014 Queensland marine biologists have found that the damage sustained to a Filipino coral reef from an American warship is more extensive than first ...
 University of Queensland2 months ago

Captain of Chinese vessel blames bad weather for Tubbataha incident

Twelve Chinese fishermen arrested for illegal fishing in Tubbataha Reef more than a year ago faced a Puerto Princesa court in Palawan on Wednesday and explained why they were in the world-famous reef, a television report said. According to a report ...
 GMA News.tv2 months ago
CBS News

360-degree underwater cameras explore world's most stunning coral reefs

An eagle ray is seen in the Belize Barrier Reef Reserve System. Catlin Seaview Survey Parts of the world that have rarely -- if ever -- been seen before by human eyes are now open for armchair explorers using any computer or smartphone. ...
 CBS News1 month ago World Heritage Centre partners with pioneer Catlin Seaview Survey  UNESCO World Heritage Centre1 month ago

CTI Center Expected To Make Manado World`s Coral Reef Capital

The Coral Triangle Initiative on Coral Reefs, Fisheries and Food Security (CTI-CFF), a partnership of six countries formed in 2007, finally has a permanent secretariat in Manado, North Sulawesi, Indonesia. The permanent secretariat, called the CTI ...
 Antara News2 months ago
VOA News

Philippines Seeks US Compensation for Reef Damage

MANILA — The Philippines is asking the United States to pay more than a million dollars for damaging an internationally protected reef a year and a half ago. The reef is located in the Sulu Sea, on the opposite side of the South China Sea where ...
 VOA News1 month ago Philippines Seeks U.S. Compensation for Reef Damage  Digital Chosun1 month ago

Arras: A new means of looking at coral reefs

WITH the dedicated scientists and engineers of the Automated Rapid Reef Assessment System (Arras) team, the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) returned to Tubbataha to check how last year's back-to-back ship grounding scars are healing. Earlier, ...
 Business Mirror3 weeks ago
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