Limu kala is a tough type of seaweed with “healing properties.” It is prized by Hawaiians for cultural and medicinal uses.
And while it used to be abundant along Oahu’s South Shore, it’s now scarce. Continue reading Seeding seaweed to heal Waikiki’s reefs
There are many ways Haliburton County residents can help monitor the health of their lakes.
A lake stewards water quality training session was hosted by the Coalition of Haliburton Property Owners’ Continue reading Citizen science contributes to lake health
CHICAGO, IL, March 27, 2015 — The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has announced the award of 14 Great Lakes Restoration Initiative grants totaling over $17 million to fund projects that will improve Great Lakes water quality by preventing phosphorus runoff Continue reading EPA awards over $17M in Great Lakes Restoration Initiative grants to address algal blooms
Department of Land and Natural Resources is taking new steps to battle the invasive seaweeds at Kaneohe Bay.
Officials say the seaweed is threatening Continue reading Sea urchins released to battle invasive Kaneohe seaweed
Environmental change is transforming many parts of the north-east Atlantic seabed, and according to a newly-published paper this will almost certainly get worse in the coming decades.
For the first time, the paper’s authors… Continue reading High-CO2 world threatens seabed life
TRAVERSE CITY, MICH. — The Obama administration on Friday proposed an updated five-year blueprint for Great Lakes environmental protection that would put greater emphasis on climate change and using science to choose cleanup projects… Continue reading White House proposes updated Great Lakes plan