[Global] ExxonMobil scientists are working tirelessly on developing a low-carbon fuel to change the way we power everything from cars Continue reading Zoya Teirstein: What’s with Exxon’s big algae push?
[Zanzibar] Seaweed farming in Zanzibar is reportedly in danger due to an increase in the sea temperatures, threatening the livelihoods Continue reading Zanzibar seaweed farmers threatened by climate change
[Global] The Scientific Perspective, “Researchers: Warming drives toxic algae,” in Wednesday’s Sentinel provides more warning about Continue reading Pricing carbon key to reducing fossil fuels and suppressing toxic algae
[UK] Microalgae communicate with each other under stress, a study has found – and scientists are now listening to them to monitor Continue reading Algae ‘talk to each other’ and could help scientists monitor climate change
[USAThere are myriad proposals to fight climate change, but the simplest and most effective is to leave fossil fuels in the ground — Continue reading The case for burning our way to a cleaner planet
[Australia] The world’s largest coral reef system, visible even from outer space, has lost half of its coral in the past two years. The Great Continue reading Half of the great barrier reef has died since 2016
[USA] An unconventional mélange of algae, eucalyptus and bioenergy with carbon capture and storage (BECCS) appears to be a quirky Continue reading Algae-forestry, bioenergy mix may help make CO2 vanish from thin air
[USA] Salt Point Seaweed is a female-led, sustainable, Californian seaweed farming company. Run by Tessa Emmer, Catherine O’Hare, Continue reading Sustainable, vegan seaweed company wants to replace the fishing industry
[USA] California State University faculty researchers find that marine plants could play a big role in reducing ocean acidification, a Continue reading Could seaweed save california’s coast?
[Global, USA] ExxonMobil and Synthetic Genomics Inc. announced a new phase in their joint algae biofuel research program (earlier post) Continue reading ExxonMobil and Synthetic Genomics algae biofuels program targets 10,000 barrels per day by 2025