From California, we heard of a study just released by the Institute of Transportation Studies at UC Davis — “Three Routes Forward for Biofuels,” that helps chart a new path toward the sustainable use of biofuels as a low-carbon, renewable fuel source… Continue reading Researchers find “Three Routes Forward for Biofuels”
Fish feed, on the back of recent investment, is boosting profits at Nutreco, with the Dutch group posting a 2.6% hike in turnover to €2.46 million ($3.31m) in the first six months of 2014.
Higher salmon feed volumes in Norway and the input of shrimp feed producer, Gisis, in Ecuador and tilapia feed maker, Hendrix Misr, in Egypt, both acquired … Continue reading Nutreco revenue up on mature markets and fish feed performance
It’s hard to imagine a world with no energy resources. But does anyone realize that within the next 12 years, Indonesia’s oil reserves would run dry if there was no further exploration?… Continue reading Indonesia: Green Energy for the Future
OriginOil Inc., developer of Electro Water Separation, a high-speed, chemical-free process to clean up large quantities of water, and the American Renewable Energy Day (AREDAY) announced today that CEO Riggs Eckelberry… Continue reading Renewable Energy Conference: T. Boone Pickens and Riggs Eckelberry to Discuss Frack Water Recycling
Mayor Jim Burke is taking steps to make it easier for entrepreneurs and small businesses to succeed.
Nearly a month after the end of the first Dixon Business Competition, Burke… Continue reading Dateline Dixon: Mayor seeks help for small businesses
Q: I’m five months pregnant and just read new guidelines that say pregnant women should eat more fish. But there are all these warnings about avoiding some fish because they contain mercury! What’s the solution? — Sally P., Carbondale, Illinois… Continue reading Drs. Oz and Roizen: Algal omega-3s and pregnancy
For months the biofuels industry has focused on the EPA’s issuance of the 2014 Renewable Volume Obligations (RVO’s). Lobbying has been furious and consistent from all the various stakeholder groups that are impacted… Continue reading Advanced Biofuels: Suspended in Bureaucratic Animation
[Global] Coral reefs, some of the Earth’s most remarkable natural structures, have more than aesthetic significance. These tiny animals Continue reading 5 species we stand to lose if coral reefs are destroyed and what you can do about it
When we think about marine life the big stuff usually springs to mind: fish, sharks and whales. But these iconic creatures are far outnumbered by their much smaller, much older, distant relatives. Christine Campbell gives us a… Continue reading Culture Collection of Algae and Protozoa – It’s a microbial world
The use of renewable and sustainable energy sources is growing worldwide. Subsequently, new technologies for sustainable energy are ever-emerging, and some are rather unusual. Outside of the more commonplace solar,… Continue reading The A to Z of Unusual Renewable Energy Sources