Dangerously high levels of toxins from algae on Lake Erie left 500,000 people in Toledo, Ohio, without safe drinking water on Saturday and sent many driving to other states in search of bottled water, according to The Associated Press… Continue reading Ohio Water Supply Tainted By High Toxin Levels
Exports of products made from seaweed generated a total of USD 143 million in the first five months of 2014, according to the Fisheries Development Institute (IFOP).
The Bulletin on Fisheries and Aquaculture… Continue reading Seaweed exports feature higher volume and better price
Eliminating sewage is an energy-intensive process that is a key component of our modern lifestyle — but rather than just processing it, groups and utilities are looking to make energy from what we flush down the toilet.
“There’s five times more energy in… Continue reading Running Cars on Human and Animal Waste
Several artisan fishermen within the coast of Freetown and surroundings are weary over the recent re appearance on tonnes of dead seaweed afloat the ocean that has destroyed many fishing nets at sea…
Continue reading Sierra Leone News: Seaweed hit livelihood of fishermen
A piece of coastline in Chance Harbour, N.B. is littered with what residents describe as an island of seaweed and garbage. For three days, Eric tally has been filling and refilling his cart with trash…. Continue reading Garbage and seaweed makes for a tangled mess on N.B. coastline
HONOLULU – Gov. Neil Abercrombie today presented a $1.6 million check on behalf of the Hawaii Department of Agriculture’s (HDOA) Agribusiness Development Corporation (ADC) to the Daniel K. Inouye U.S. Pacific Basin… Continue reading Hawaii Delivers $1.6 Million for Hilo Biofuel to Convert Unmarketable Papaya into Biofuel