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
( 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.

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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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