[USA] Growing anxiety over America’s toxic algae problem has spurred a niche industry of entrepreneurial businesses focused on Continue reading NAA workshop: What’s the best way to rid America of toxic algae?
[USA] The next event in the Ashland University Environmental Lecture Series, with a theme of “Ohio’s North Coast,” will be a Continue reading Ashland University lecture to focus on algal blooms
[Global] Human activities are driving phosphorus levels in the world’s lakes, rivers and other freshwater bodies to a critical point. The Continue reading Humans are overloading the world’s freshwater bodies with phosphorus
[USA] As the toxic algae bloom on Skaneateles Lake fades away, shoreline residents who draw their own water directly from the lake Continue reading Can I drink the water after algae bloom fades?
[USA] NOAA has announced nine research grants will go to organizations around the country seeking to better understand and Continue reading NOAA awards $1.7M for harmful algal bloom research to protect public health from toxins in shellfish
[Africa, Global] The Intergovernmental Institution for the use of micro-algae spirulina against malnutrition (IIMSAM), the Continue reading IIMSAM appointed Mutaz Ghandour as UN Goodwill Ambassador
[USA] Following a release from the Lake Zoar Authority (LZA) appearing in The Newtown Bee’s May 26 issue that generated some Continue reading Health director provides clarification on algae/ALS connection
[USA] Tucked into the $1 trillion spending measure that averted a government shutdown is $300 million for a program aimed at Continue reading Congress agrees to $300M measure aimed at protecting the Great Lakes
[UK] An edible water bottle that wobbles like a breast implant will go on sale within a year. Continue reading Edible water balloon that looks like a breast implant will go on sale within a year
[USA] Two decades of harmful algal bloom, nutrient and sediment research by the U.S. Geological Survey is helping to support Continue reading 20 years researching harmful algal blooms supports sustainable water supply in Wichita