[India] In February, the public water supply schemes in East Jaintia Hills, Meghalaya’s coal mining hub, were tested for acid content. The Continue reading Coal mining has turned Meghalaya’s rivers acidic. Can humble algae revive them?
[Canada] Pond Technologies is a Canadian cleantech company using nature’s filters to combat climate change, while also providing a Continue reading Using algae to turn CO2 to our many advantages
[USA] A team of New Mexico State University graduate students and Environmental Engineering professors Nirmala Khandan and Continue reading NMSU environmental engineers examine new method for wastewater treatment, reuse
[USA] A common species of freshwater green algae is capable of removing certain endocrine disrupting chemicals (EDCs) from Continue reading Researchers remove harmful hormones from Las Vegas wastewater using green algae
[India, UK] Solving India’s wastewater problem is an endeavor of government-wide proportions. But a new project from designers Continue reading Leaf-shaped wall tiles use algae to purify wastewater
[USA] Publicly owned treatment works (POTWs) are required to reduce the pollutants in urban wastewaters to statutory levels prior Continue reading Algal process affords sustainable wastewater treatment and disinfection
[China] The rapid elevation of atmospheric carbon dioxide level has led to global warming and ocean acidification. Microalgae, Continue reading Scientists develop high-CO2-tolerant super oleaginous microalgae
[USA] Louisiana State University molecular biologist Naohiro Kato is confronting plastic pollution one necklace and doubloon at a time. Continue reading Made from microalgae, these mardi gras beads are biodegradable
[Global] Dense aggregations of tall, brown seaweeds are commonly found along temperate coastlines. These underwater kelp forests Continue reading Are microbes to blame for the loss of underwater seaweed forests?
[Global] Global warming is changing the colour of the sea making it more blue or green, scientists warn. Continue reading Climate-driven changes in plankton will intensify the blue and green regions of the world’s oceans