Nusa Ceningan in Bali is an ideal spot for tourists to relax. Imagine incredible sunsets, simple rooms and trash-free, quiet, pristine beaches. Located a mere 30 minutes across the Badung Strait, Nusa Ceningan is a world away from Continue reading True Bali spirit on Nusa Ceningan
Indonesia and the Philippines will sign Friday a memorandum of understanding to enhance cooperation on investments and technology advancement in the seaweed sector.
Asosiasi Rumput Laut Indonesia and the Seaweed Industry Association of the Continue reading Seaweed cooperation signed
LIBOURNE, FRANCE–(Marketwired – Sep 10, 2014) – Fermentalg (EURONEXT PARIS: FALG), an industrial biotechnology company that specializes in the production of oils and proteins from microalgae, has Continue reading New Active Ingredient Patent Means Mixotrophic Process Validated
[EU] EABA, the European Biomass Association, and the International Algae Congress, organized by DLG BENELUX, Continue reading EABA and International Algae Congress join forces
Federal and state governments aren’t doing enough to keep nitrogen and phosphorus out of their waterways, a key strategy in saving the Gulf of Mexico from a huge, algae-fed “dead zone,” according to a new U.S. Environmental Protection Agency report. Continue reading EPA: Officials must target algae triggers
U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-OH) announced $12 million in new federal funding from the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative (GLRI) last week to combat algal blooms and improve water quality. The funds will help expand monitoring and forecasting of Lake Erie, Continue reading More federal funding on the way to combat algae in lake
PROVIDENCE, R.I. — Turner Reservoir and Central Pond in East Providence have a blue-green algae bloom, and people are advised to avoid recreational activities there.
The Rhode Island Department of Health Continue reading Blue-green algae toxins found in 2 East Providence bodies of water
A health warning has been issued after potentially toxic blue-green algae was discovered at a North Canterbury wildlife sanctuary.
The toxic algae, known as planktonic cyanobacteria, was found in the Continue reading Toxic algae in Canterbury lagoon