[China] Last month, Chinese artist Gu Wenda led 1,500 school children in Shenzhen to paint 1,500 square meters of rice paper Continue reading These landscapes were painted with algae to highlight China’s toxic waters
[Australia] MDB Energy developed the technology which uses algae to absorb the nutrients in fish ponds, expel clean water, and at the same time produce large quantities of edible protein.
The company initially trialled the water Continue reading Queensland algae technology expands to cane industry
[Canada] N.W.T.’s Department of Environment and Natural Resources wants the City of Yellowknife to test run-off water at the city dump to determine if it is the source of recent sludgy algae blooms in nearby Jackfish Lake. Continue reading Yellowknife dump runoff may be causing Jackfish Lake algae blooms
Over the last 10 years or so, the finger of blame for darkening the surface of snow has largely been pointed at soot from the combustion of fossil fuels, according to Lori Ziolkowski of the University of South Carolina, US. ButZiolkowski (or Z, for Continue reading Darkening snow: is soot off the hook? The culprit may be algae