PIQUA — A familiar “boat” was out on area waters Wednesday afternoon, the city’s weed harvester that is, doing what it does best – harvest weeds. A task that not only improves the aesthetics of Franz Pond, Echo Lake, Swift Run… Continue reading Weed harvester makes it rounds
The Environment Agency is urging caution after the hot and humid conditions caused an algal bloom on the River Great Ouse, in Ely.
A vast stretch of the river – from Ely to Queen Adelaide – has been turned green under a carpet of algae, raising concerns about the health of fish and other wildlife in the area.
Algal blooms are short lived but when.. Continue reading Environment Agency issues warning after humid conditions lead to algal bloom on River Great Ouse
Another beach in our area is closed because of algae. The town of Richmond says Sandy Bottom Beach at the north end of Honeoye Lake is closed due to algae, which is causing poor visibility…
OAKLAND — One of the East Bay’s most popular swimming holes is closed indefinitely because of a rare toxic algae bloom that poses health risks to people and dogs.
The East Bay Regional Park District… Continue reading Oakland: Toxic algae closes Lake Temescal
DERWOOD, Md. (WJLA) – Montgomery County officials are warning residents, both human and otherwise, to avoid drinking from and swimming in Lake Needwood in Rock Creek Regional Park…
Continue reading Toxic algae in Montgomery County’s Lake Needwood poses pet danger
Even as aircraft engine makers continue their very focused efforts to reduce fuel consumption and emissions, the use of biofuel alternatives to jet-A is an increasingly important facet of the campaign to make air transport more
environmentally sustainable… Continue reading Green Aircraft Is Ready For Takeoff, But At What Price?
Here is one food tour that does not neglect the mind in favor of the body. For the second series of Bonifacio Global City’s BGC Eats Food Tour — a hop-on hop-off bus tour of various dining places within BGC — the focus is on four themes:… Continue reading Dining in 2050: locusts, moringa, earthworms and seaweed
The Environment Ministry is considering using groundwater welling up from subway tunnels to improve the water quality in moats surrounding the Imperial Palace, The Yomiuri Shimbun has learned.
The idea is part of the ministry’s… Continue reading Palace moats may get subway water cleanup
[USA] Scientists are working to identify an algae bloom near the Maumee River. It’s a yearly event that occurs during the warm Continue reading Scientists find algae bloom near Maumee River