For Santiago Cañedo Flores and other fishermen along the La Paz Bay in Baja California Sur, the solution to depleted fish stocks may lie in harvesting an unconventional product: seaweed.
Don Santiago and other fishermen in Continue reading Olazul Seeks a Healthy Solution to Depleted Fish Stocks
Greater Cincinnati’s Water Technology Innovation Cluster Confluence is putting on a private summit Wednesday to address ways of keeping harmful algae blooms out of the local water supply. Continue reading Keeping harmful algae blooms out of Cincinnati water
Every time we harm the natural world, there are always repercussions, and some of the consequences could put the lives of humans at risk.
Currently, there are multiple threats Continue reading What You Need to Know About Ocean Acidification and How it Affects You
Acai, kimchi, black garlic and yuzu juice: countries are vying to conquer global plates, and palates, with their homegrown specialities at the International Food Fair, which opened in Paris. Continue reading Algae marmalade, anyone? Future of food is on the table at Paris show
Water authorities are urging the community in Tapio, north of Wentworth, to avoid using the Lower Darling River after a red alert for toxic blue-green algae.
The Sunraysia Regional Algal Continue reading Tapio faces blue-green algae red alert
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Tokyo: Japanese household goods maker Kao Corp. may soon be using algae to produce cleansing agents for its products, specifically shampoo, media reported Sunday.
Kao found two types of algae among Continue reading Japanese firm eyes algae-based shampoo
It has often been used as a farmland fertiliser, and in some communities it is eaten as a vegetable, but now researchers believe that seaweed could power our cars and heat our homes too.
One species of algae in particular, sugar Continue reading Seaweed problem could provide biofuel solution
LIHUE — A group of scientists is rebutting a recent study suggesting that invasive algae is driving the grotesque, cancer-like tumors found in Hawaii’s green sea turtle population.
In fact, they say it’s equally plausible that the algae could be having the Continue reading Scientist disputes tumor findings
State and federal dignitaries are gathering Monday in Toledo to discuss how Ohio, Michigan, and Indiana will split nearly $12 million the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency recently announced it will make available to combat western Lake Erie algae through better farming techniques.
The special allocation is in response to Continue reading Leaders to talk how to split $12M for lake Mich, Ind., Ohio get anti-algae grant