[EU] The European Union (EU)-funded project developed a system to re-use the water used to wash olives, good news for both the environment and olive producers limited by low water levels, said a press release of the European Continue reading Making the EU’s olives greener…for the environment
[USA] The EPA finalizes its rule for reducing greenhouse gas emissions, and includes strong support for “carbon capture and use”.
In Washington, the Obama Administration’s Clean Power Plan has Continue reading Obama’s Clean Power Plan: A “Huge Win for Algae”
[Germany, USA] Last August, the city of Toledo, Ohio, issued a three-day advisory telling 500,000 people in the area not to drink the tap water. The reason? A large algae bloom in Lake Erie – the city’s source of water – had Continue reading Novel detection method ensures that drinking water is not compromised by algae blooms
[Canada, USA] The North America natural food colours market is expected to expand at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 7.1% during the forecast period 2014-2020, and reach a valuation of US$ 441.4 Mn by 2020, according to a research report, Continue reading High demand for Spirulina in North America natural food colours market
[USA] We build with it, eat from it, wear it, let our kids play on it, drive around in it, and decorate our houses with it. It fills our landfills, pollutes our oceans, occasionally leaches toxic chemicals into the environment, and makes your Continue reading How algae can make plastic from sunshine, carbon, and a little bit of love