[USA] Air travel accounts for 2 percent of all emissions, but it gets a lot of attention in any conversation about climate change mitigation efforts. While Obama wants new limits on aviation emissions, the UN’s International Civil Aviation is also expected to set new limits early next year. Besides, the public wants to Continue reading Airlines Look For Sustainable Jet Fuels
[UK] SWANSEA’S proposed new tidal lagoon could signal a sea change in the seaweed market according to a Gower family business.
Penclawdd-based Selwyn’s, which specialises in cockles and laverbread, is Continue reading Seaweed farm proposed for tidal lagoon could help local laverbread take on dominant Asian products
[Global] Each year, it seems we learn about the benefits of a new ingredient that’s enhancing our beauty products. Argan oil, coconut
[USA] A ‘blood-red’ algae formation in a pond has sparked concern among park-goers this morning.
The algal bloom formed overnight in Lloyd Park, Walthamstow and while the scientific cause remains a mystery it is Continue reading 'Blood red' algae formation sparks concern in Lloyd Park, Walthamstow
[USA] Based on AlgEternal’s field tests, its pure algae concentrate, harvested with OriginClear technology, may reduce conventional fertilizer cost by 40 percent. AlgEternal reported these findings following field tests at its agricultural facility in Weimar, Texas. Continue reading OriginClear Harvests Highly-Concentrated Algae For Soil Amendment
[Singapore] Floating on the surface of Pandan Reservoir in Singapore’s south west are what researchers hope will be the future of cheap, real-time water quality testing.
Developed by a team at the National Continue reading Robot swans bring new advanced technology to water testing