A new study offers some of the strongest evidence linking carbon emissions to coral reef damage.
An immense of green algae covering an area of about 50 square miles is moving towards the eastern part of China’s east coast.
Indonesia’s Wakatobi archipelago was a thriving marine sanctuary full of life where hundred thousands of people have depended their livelihood and contributed millions of dollars to the Indonesian economy.
One of the factors that has encouraged enthusiasm is alga’s big appetite for carbon dioxide, a by product of burning fossil fuels.
Twelve years after the severe global bleaching of 1998, corals are once again showing signs of stress from rising water temperatures.
Algae, like dinoflagellates, comprise a big group of marine plants and plant like organisms that serve as food for many forms of aquatic life. Hence, dinoflagellates are natural food for fishes and shellfishes.
Payao is a fish aggregating device that enhances small fisherman’s catch at sea and reduces their fishing venture expenses as well.
Hawaii has now become a key federal laboratory for biofuels because of its dependence on imported oil as well as its great weather for growing crops.
A greenhouse facility would be opened by Exxon Mobil Corporation to test whether large scale quantities of affordable fuel can be produced from algae.
The International Institution for the use of Micro-Algae Spirulina Against Malnutrition (IIMSAM) was established by the UN to eradicate the worlds problem of malnutrition. The UN World Food Conference described Spirulina as the best food of the future.