Saturday, October 4, 2008

Pinay featured as environmental

MANILA, Philippines — A retired Filipino scientist brought honor to the country after she was featured in "Time" magazine as among the "heroes of the environment."

Iloilo-based Jurgenne Primavera was a senior scientist at the Southeast Asian Fisheries and Development Center (Seafdec) until she retired two years ago.

Primavera said in an interview with online news site The News Today
(www.thenewstoday.info) she is happy that she was featured by Time because this would bring her campaign to a wider audience.

"It's not for me. It's for the mangroves," she said.

Read more:
GMANews.TV

4 comments:

piebuko said...

hello! thanks for the comment. I remember that you have several blogs, right?
There's only one now. I have to add the link though. :)

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The Dias Family Spot said...

te,nara man diay ka dre..hehehe! wanna add your link to my list kung pwede....drop your EC pala...sige au-au..kitakits rata sa friendster!

vicy said...

Came here to vote and reading..God Bless!!

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