Category Archives: Algae and carbon capture

Algae absorbs carbon dioxide faster than plants. Read more news about algae in carbon dioxide sequestration and utilization here.

Covering 9% of the world’s oceans in seaweed farms could draw down all our CO2 emissions

[Australia, Global] Australian climate scientist Tim Flannery suggests we could cool the climate with massive seaweed farms to suck carbon dioxide out of the atmosphere. Continue reading Covering 9% of the world’s oceans in seaweed farms could draw down all our CO2 emissions

MSU/PHYCO2 collaboration works for cleaner power

[USA] Michigan State University and PHYCO2 have entered into a partnership to develop algae technologies produced from PHYCO2’s revolutionary and patented concept that promotes algae growth and sequesters, or captures, carbon dioxide from power plant emissions. Continue reading MSU/PHYCO2 collaboration works for cleaner power

Microalgae-based carbon capture tech developed

[Taiwan] An inter-university research team has developed a microalgae-based carbon capture technology and established the nation’s largest pilot microalgae farm at a university in Tainan in hopes of helping the nation conserve energy and reduce its carbon emissions. Continue reading Microalgae-based carbon capture tech developed

Algae Biomass Organization hails carbon utilization language in senate energy legislation

[USA] The Algae Biomass Organization (ABO), the trade association for the algae industry, hailed language included in the energy reform Continue reading Algae Biomass Organization hails carbon utilization language in senate energy legislation