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Indian archdiocese to continue protest against seaport project despite court order

The High Court said the ongoing work of the seaport should not be disrupted at any cost

Nuns back protest against new international seaport in India

The fisherfolk demand a rehabilitation package for those who have lost houses and occupation because of the port

Philippines’ troubled waters: Residents say dredging project used to mine black...

Cagayan Governor Manuel Mamba Sr. adamantly denied that the contractors are mining black sand in the town of Aparri

Troubled Waters: Philippine fisherfolk suffer poor catch as gov’t dredging project...

A project meant to help restore a major river in Aparri has wreaked havoc on the livelihood of local fisherfolk

Last Irrawaddy dolphin in northeastern Cambodia dies

“This latest river dolphin death highlights how vulnerable these and other species remain.”

Fisherfolk in northern Philippines cry foul over ‘attacks’ of foreign vessels

Environmental activists claim that a 'river rehabilitation project' in the northern Philippines is actually a black sand mining operation

Migrant fishermen and debt bondage

Despite the inhumane conditions, many migrant fishers are unable or are afraid to leave their ships due to debts

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