[USA] Between October and April of every year, a “red tide” emerges along the southwest Florida coast. Red tides have occurred as far Continue reading Why is Florida experiencing its most toxic algae bloom in a decade?
[USA] A blanket of toxic red seaweed, dubbed ‘Red Tide’, has washed ashore on Florida’s southwest coast and brought with it lots of dead Continue reading Deadly red tide phenomena kills wave of animals in Florida – DANGER to humans warning
[USA] The photosynthetic sea slug, which lives off the U.S. East Coast, is becoming almost too rare to research. Continue reading Solar-powered slugs hide wild secrets—But they’re vanishing
[USA] For years, scientists have been developing ways to put algae in your gas tank. It works, but we’re still a long way from buying algal Continue reading University of Michigan researchers study problems holding back algal biofuel
[USA] In the middle of the New Mexican desert there’s a company called iWi that’s farming algae for people to eat. Could this miracle Continue reading Is algae the food of the future?
[USA] Charles Greene is a climate scientist who looks at the impact of climate on marine ecosystems. He’s a Professor of Earth and Continue reading See how algae could change our world
[Global] Cheap and versatile, plastic is used for everything. The problem is, it’s also indestructible. As a result, it piles up in landfills Continue reading Turning the tide on plastic: Creation and art from waste
[USA] The fashion industry plays a significant role in the current environmental issues making the media headlines every day. As the Continue reading Sustainable fashion initiatives – Goodbye cotton, hello seaweed
[China] What do beer, sausages, ice cream, facial masks, and toothpaste have in common? To the undiscerning eye, they’re the Continue reading Seaweed helps Qingdao’s marine economy stay afloat
[USA] “Those are the kinds of bubbles we want to see,” says Rebecca White, pointing to tiny pockets of gas that are barely visible on the Continue reading Amy Nordrum: Low-power ways to grow algae could lock in carbon dioxide and feed the world