Human link to Red Tide highlights need for better water monitoring

When the ominous rust-colored cloud of Red Tide begins to saturate coastal waters in Southwest Florida, it means beach closures. Asthma attacks. Itchy skin and watery eyes. Dead fish and a wretched smell that can spoil the salty breeze. Now, scientists know it means pollution made the scourge worse. NewContinue Reading

The Tide Turns Toward Renewable Aquaculture Gear

Article body copy This article was originally published in Civil Eats, a daily news source for critical thought about the American food system. Erin Adams steers a refurbished lobster boat down Harraseeket River toward Casco Bay in southern Maine. As she passes the tiny Pound of Tea Island, where gullsContinue Reading

plastic bottle floating in ocean

The downside of ocean plastic waste is its ever-expanding volume. But there is good news, too, and it’s often ignored. As new recycling technologies come online to address the mounting problem of plastic waste in our world, start-up firms around the globe are focusing on repurposing ocean plastics. Plastic isContinue Reading

NextWave Plastics Expands Cross-Industry Consortium; Welcomes Logitech, Prevented Ocean Plastic, #tide ocean material

International consumer tech company and leading ocean-bound plastic suppliers join NextWave Plastics to tackle plastic pollution at scale, keeping it in the economy and out of the ocean. Northampton, MA –News Direct– Logitech NEW YORK, June 14, 2022 /3BL Media/ – NextWave Plastics announces today the addition of international consumerContinue Reading

TRSDC, AMAALA turn the tide on sustainability

LONDON: Sami Khoreibi is a seasoned entrepreneur and an investor in sustainable technology. Recognized by MIT Technology Review as a “Top 5 (Arab) innovator under 35,” Khoreibi is the founder and CEO of Incubayt Investments, a Dubai-based fund supporting entrepreneurs via access to capital, management and marketing insight. A native ofContinue Reading

Staunching the plastics tide - Equal Times

“Almost everyone handling waste on the dump site is sick in some way,” says John Chweya, the president of the Kenyan Waste Pickers Welfare Association. “In my dump in Kisumu [a western port city in Kenya], two of my colleagues passed away one week ago. From what I could see,Continue Reading