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Dramatic drop in plankton at Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada

At Dalhousie University, Lindy Weilgart has been studying underwater noise for 25 years. Given all the stressors on the ocean, from pollution to absorbing most of the carbon dioxide we’re putting in the atmosphere, we no longer have the luxury of not being precautionary, she says. Temperatures are […]

What’s next? Algae lamps!

Proper lighting at night is required for safety along road and pathways. Many need electricity to run at night. Although many places have transitioned to LED lighting, the most energy efficient lighting currently available, to cut down on the energy use of street lamps, but a renewable energy […]