[Global] A new algae bioreactor can suck as much carbon dioxide out of the atmosphere as roughly an acre of forest — potentially giving Continue reading A new bioreactor captures as much carbon as an acre of trees
[Australia] A program to reintroduce crayweed forests to waters off Sydney’s most famous beaches will now cover 16 locations, as part of a plan to rejuvenate the underwater ecosystems there. Continue reading More ‘underwater forests’ to be restored off Sydney’s iconic beaches
[Canada, Global] “Rather than simply follow the United Nations on climate change, Pope Francis must consider whether U.N. climate policies are doing more harm than good,” said Tom Harris, Continue reading Pope on wrong side of history on climate change
Modern and efficient biomass heating systems are extended their reach to the furthest shores of the UK, with the installation of a 999kW Binder wood chip boiler, at a unique Outer Hebridean production plant. Continue reading Biomass boiler a ‘shore’ thing at seaweed plant
A diving enthusiast stumbled upon an ancient forest nestled under the North Sea while diving along the Norfolk coast. Experts say it may have stretched as far as Europe in its heyday, and has been hidden since the Ice Age. Continue reading Ancient underwater forest discovered by diver off Norfolk coast
Researchers from the Higher Council for Scientific Research (CSIC) and the University of Barcelona participated in an international study aimed at analyzing the dynamics of marine ecosystems and the factors causing the transformation of underwater seaweed forests into submarine Continue reading Sea urchin proliferation threatens seaweed forests
Debris from forests that washes into freshwater lakes supplements the diets of microscopic zooplankton and the fish that feed off them – creating larger and stronger fish, new research shows.
The researchers warn that, as forests are eroded through human activities… Continue reading Forest debris aids fish