WEST CHESTER, PA / ACCESSWIRE / June 3, 2015 / International Sustainability Group, Inc. [PINKSHEETS: ISGP] is excited to make several positive announcements about the Company’s progress. Surajit Khanna, CEO, stated “ISGP is in a very exciting place right now as we are Continue reading International Sustainability Group, Inc. [ISGP] Makes Several Positive Announcements about Company Progress
In August 2011, a sudden mass die-off of marine organisms off the coast of California, including sea stars, chitons and abalone, left scientists scratching their heads.
University of California Davis scientists first caught on to the strange event when they found thousands of purple sea urchins and other organisms dead in Continue reading Scientists may have solved 2011’s mysterious marine die-off along the Pacific coast
An algae bloom, or “green tide,” has quickly expanded across 35,000 square km of waters off China’s eastern coast, the country’s maritime authorities said Wednesday.
The North China Sea Marine Forecasting Continue reading Algae bloom expands to 35,000 square km in China's Yellow Sea
MASSIVE amounts of seaweed continue to come ashore along Trinidad’s east coast, taxing the ability of local government officials.
Chairman of the Mayaro/Rio Claro Regional Corporation Hazarie Ramdeen said the beaches were being abandoned. Continue reading When will this end?
A conference on the use of microalgae as a potential biofuel will be held this week, concluding a three-year project in the use of alternative fuel sources.
Having identified the potential for Malta to use microalgae as a source of biofuels, the Malta Intelligent Energy Continue reading WSC to host conference on use of microalgae as biodiesel
[USA] Adrian Marchetti and his team of oceanographers at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill have identified — for the Continue reading Protein identified in certain microalgae changes conversation about climate change