On Dec. 1, the U.S. EPA will close down the comment period for its proposed Clean Power Plan, the most significant environmental policy proposal in a generation. To control carbon dioxide (CO2), the agency places a significant emphasis on burying Continue reading Matt Carr: Biomass Producers Today, Carbon Kings Tomorrow
[USA] For environmentalists, the harmful algal blooms in Lake Erie are a menace and a problem. Continue reading Pilot project at golf course seeks to curb algal blooms
If the threat of crocodiles and deadly jellyfish were not enough to keep people out of the ocean in Darwin, a bloom of toxic algae has prompted an official warning to swimmers.
The Northern Territory’s Environmental Continue reading Blue-green algae bloom prompts swimming warning for NT beachgoers
MANILA, Philippines – Dr. Stefan Kraan, scientific director of the Canadian-registered company Ocean Harvest Technology (OHT) Ltd., is giving a talk on November 21 at the 2014 International Seaweed Congress (ISC) at the Waterfront Hotel, Cebu City. Continue reading Global expert to talk at Int’l Seaweed Congress in Cebu
Solazyme’s AlgaVia whole algal flour is now being used in eight commercially available products in the US from non-dairy creamers and powdered beverages to gluten-free baked goods, while the company is also in “late stage commercial tests with major national brands” that are using its AlgaVia whole Continue reading First wave of products containing Solazyme’s microalgae-based food ingredients hits shelves
Imperial, TEXAS – Nov. 19, 2014 – Qualitas Health today announced the launch of the first consumer products based upon Almega PL, marking the company’s transition from research and development into successful Continue reading Qualitas Health Meets Major Commercial Milestone with Almega PL
Canadian lakes are suffering serious damage from a takeover by a jelly-like organism. The cause is a shortage of an element that is often a blight in the water supply: Calcium.
Too much calcium and other dissolved Continue reading Plankton That Turns Water Into Jelly Pollutes Canadian Lakes
Using a protein taken from nature, scientists have made artificial leaves that can harvest energy faster than natural ones, and the ultra-lightweight material opens up the possibility of wearable technology and paint-on solar Continue reading Clothes that recharge your laptop – the near-endless possibilities of artificial leaves