[USA] As Florida struggles with ‘red tide’ algae blooms on the west coast and blue-green algae in inland waterways, a federal program Continue reading As Florida struggles with algae blooms, NOAA research program is at risk
[USA] In a historic victory for algae and other microbial technologies, Congress late last night approved a two-year budget agreement that Continue reading ABO scores historic victory for carbon utilization
[USA] Toxic algae blooms could be considered an “event of national significance” and impacted areas in coastal Florida could receive Continue reading Bill would give algae blooms ‘national significance’
[Chile] The Chamber of the House of Representatives, at its third constitutional procedure, unanimously approved the bill that encourages seaweed farming and restocking. Continue reading Congress approves bill promoting seaweed farming and restocking
COLUMBUS, Ohio — State lawmakers are close to reaching a compromise on dueling bills aimed at curbing toxic algae in Lake Erie, House Republicans said Wednesday.
House Bill 61 sponsor Jim Buchy, a Continue reading Lawmakers near compromise on Lake Erie algal bloom bill
COLUMBUS, Ohio — State senators said Tuesday they plan to fast track a bill intended to reduce dangerous algal blooms in time for the spring growing season.
Senate Bill 1, introduced Monday, Continue reading Lake Erie algal bloom bill could be law this spring, senators say
TOLEDO — The US Senate has unanimously passed a bill to define how much poison from toxic algae is dangerous for drinking water. The bill was sponsored by Senators Rob Portman and Sherrod Brown of Ohio in response to Toledo’s water crisis. In early August, a toxic algae bloom in Continue reading Senators Portman, Brown pass bill to ensure safe drinking water
COLUMBUS — Gov. John Kasich today threatened to veto a broad bill designed to reduce algal blooms on Lake Erie and better regulate a growing oil and gas drilling industry if controversial provisions affecting telephone service Continue reading Gov. Kasich threatens to veto broad algae-related bill
A Northwest Ohio lawmaker is renewing a call for tighter run-off regulations through House Bill 611.
The proposed legislation, sponsored by Rep. Michael Sheehy, of Oregon, Ohio, would adjust standards for manure application. Continue reading Manure use restrictions sought to combat lake algae