[Global] Pope Francis the Fearless gathered mayors from all over the world this week to discuss climate change and human trafficking, maintaining that the fossil fuel-based world economy exploits the poorest of the poor.
Mayor De Blasio is there, pledging to reduce NYC emissions 40% by 2030. All good, but why aren’t they discussing the fact that climate change is causing the fouling of hundreds of beaches right Continue reading Stasi: Talks on climate change should focus on seaweed, Pope Francis
[Canada, USA] A Canadian-U-S study looking at the phosphorous run-offs into Lake Erie wants input from a number of sectors, including farmers.
Those run-offs are blamed for the algae blooms in the lake. Continue reading Cross-Border Algae Study Looking For Ag Input
[USA] A group of biofuel trade organisations have sent a letter to Senate Finance Committee Chairman, Orrin hatch and Ranking Member Ron Wyden, encouraging extension of critical Continue reading Advanced biofuel tax incentives
[UK] A chance to learn a little more about the versatile material that is seaweed has arrived in the form of a talk at Trebah Garden with marine biologist Angie Gall this Saturday, July 25.
In The Garden Room, Angie will be showing how varied and amazing the Continue reading Learn More about Seaweeed at Trebah Garden
[UK] Our journey towards making an Isle of Harris gin begins back in the winter of 2013 when ethnobotanist Susanne Masters produced a special research paper for us, investigating the how, where and why of ingredients to combine in this first spirit from our distilling Continue reading The Isle Of Harris Gin Story Pt. I
[USA] A new website is giving northwest Ohio residents new information about the source of toxic algal blooms in Lake Erie.
LakeErieAlgae.org tracks the phosphorous blamed for causing the blooms, along with content that explains Continue reading Website Informs About Algae-Causing Phosphorous