The EU Ocean Days will be a week of events focusing on European maritime topics, which will take place in Brussels from 4 to 8 March 2024.
Harmful Algal Blooms (HABs) on the Horizon: Protecting Lakes in Acadia National Park from the Threat of Harmful Algal Blooms
Toxin-producing cyanobacteria can form HABs in lakes, leading to unfavorable impacts on drinking water, recreation, tourism, and ecosystem structure and function.
Globalization of fishery products is playing a significant role in shaping the harvesting and use of aquatic foods, but a vigorous debate has focused on
The Fishmongers’ Company held a highly successful conference on 30 November, which looked at how the UK can grow nature positive and economically sustainable shellfish
It was disappointing to see the media storm that followed the publication of plans by Biome Algae to establish a 270-acre seaweed farm off Gerrans
New research from the University of Colorado Boulder has unveiled alarming projections for acidity levels of Antarctic coastal waters. By the century’s end, the acidity in these
Europe has been pushing to grow its blue bioeconomy for years, including sectors that produce high value chemicals and materials processed from marine organisms. We
Seaweed Ingredient Insights Report 2023: Current Market and Opportunities for Growth with Focus on Health and Sustainability
This ingredients case study on ingredients looks at the marine microalgae ingredient that has varying benefits and uses across the consumer industry. The report covers
Plans for a commercial seaweed farm off the Cornish coast have ignited a heated debate among locals, concerned over the potential impact on the environment