Rappler's latest stories on Gregg Yan
'This gentle marine mammal living the simplest of lives is one of the best caretakers of our seagrass habitats and the animals that live in them,' says dugong conversationist Dr Teri Aquino
Sardines: cheap faceless fish packed into tin cans. Just how important are they? Oceana’s Gregg Yan dives to see them in a whole new light.
Full cycle or closed loop mariculture entails breeding and rearing fish in complete captivity and is meant to eliminate the need to draw from wild stocks
Extinction? It’s a natural phenomenon – but today s extinction rates are anything but natural How can we stop the spiral of extinction?
The rare critically endangered tamaraw looks very similar to the common carabao This tamaraw month of October know the difference
Love to collect fish? Think before you buy The marine aquarium trade has lasting ecological consequences
On World Oceans Day we have renewed hope for Tubbataha Reef s full recovery after intrusions by the USS Guardian and a Chinese poaching vessel
After Lolong s death WWF Philippines is concerned about the plight of the few remaining saltwater crocodiles here