[Cuba] When tiny marine organisms grow uncontrolled, forming what is called a harmful algal bloom, their toxins can make people Continue reading Safer Seafood: IAEA develops tools to help fight toxic algal toxins
[USA] She may be the founder of seaweed-based skincare line Samudra Skin & Sea, but by San Francisco standards, Shilpi Chhotray Continue reading With seaweed skin care line, Noe Valley local pushes for sustainability
[Australia] Eating seafood in Australia could cost you your life! As per authorities in Australia’a Tasmania state, Continue reading Consumption of seafood in Australia could prove fatal; authorities warn against deadly algae bloom
[New Zealand] Microalgae are one of the world’s tiniest life forms, but they can pack a powerful punch. They’re not known as ‘killer algae’ for nothing. Continue reading Microalgae – under the microscope
[UK] A local businessman will be showcasing his produce – and Bute itself – to a global audience at an seafood expo in Belgium. Continue reading Bute seaweed on display at global seafood expo
[Global] The Aquaculture Stewardship Council (ASC) and Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) are working together Continue reading MSC and ASC to set global standard for seaweed
[Global] It’s no secret that eating seafood is good for us, but will there be enough to go around after El Nino? Continue reading Climate change is threatening our seafood supply
[Singapore] In a messy terrace house in Changi, marine farmer Shannon Lim uses old-school but innovative science to produce more fish and more types of seafood than conventional fish farms. Continue reading Singapore’s fish farmer dreams of saving ocean
[USA] NOAA announced today that it is committing $88,000 in grant and event response funding for Washington state to monitor and analyze an unusually large bloom of toxic algae off its coast.
During large blooms such as this, the algae,Pseudo-nitzschia, can produce a Continue reading NOAA awards $88,000 in grant funding to respond to West Coast harmful algal bloom outbreak
[USA] Harmful algal bloom toxins have spread down to Santa Barbara. California state health officials are warning people not to eat certain types of seafood from there.
The state department of health is Continue reading California health officials warn against certain seafood due to harmful toxins