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Exploring Algae as Fuel

News, Pollution
Jul
26

Many academic laboratories, are pursuing the same goal, to produce algae as a source of, literally, green energy.

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The Second Life of Green Algae

News, Pollution
Jul
21

Harmful when covering the beaches, green algae can be valued.

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Forging a Coherent Oceans Policy

News, Pollution
Jul
19

White House plans better use of oceans and zoning human uses of coastal seas.

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Stunningly High Levels of Toxins Found in Whales

News, Pollution
Jun
27

The entire ocean life is loaded with a series of contaminants, most of which have been released by human beings.

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Hands Across The Sand

Saturday, 820 Hands Across the Sand rallies were scheduled in all 50 US States and in 34 countries. Thousands of people worldwide gathered and stood hand in hand. The goal, as organizers put it, was to “form symbolic barriers against spilling oil.”

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France’s continued fight against toxic algae

Blog, Pollution
Jun
19

The green algae are back on the front of the stage. Beyond their potential danger it is, this time, the costs of collection and treatment that are implicated.

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Plastiki: Restocking in Samoa

News, Pollution
Jun
9

The Plastiki expedition’s goal is to spread the word about the rapid growth of non-recyclable plastics across the planet, and how pervasive the problem of plastic waste has become.

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In the belly of the whale

News, Pollution
Jun
3

A snapshot of the trash that’s ending up in our oceans.

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State of emergency is declared as US oil slick nears the coast

Oil Spill
News
Apr
30

The massive oil spill pouring from a ruptured rig in the Gulf of Mexico has reached the coast of Louisiana, threatening an environmental catastrophe in the region.

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