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Scientists Are Replacing Plastic With Algae
Two Dutch scientists are using algae to replace plastics throughout their city – and if their mission proves successful, they believe that no one will ever have to use plastic again. ... more >>

State Denies Herbicide Treatment For Invasive Milfoil In Lake Iroquois
State environmental officials have rejected a plan to use a powerful chemical herbicide to control an invasive water weed in Lake Iroquois in Chittenden County, saying the potential environmental damage did not justify its use. ... more >>

CLA Removes Over 13.3M Pounds Of Weeds
Chautauqua Lake Association officials report removing more than 13.3 million pounds of aquatic vegetation from Chautauqua Lake this summer. ... more >>

Draining Omaha lake Proposed to Kill Invasive Species
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers wants to drain an Omaha lake in order to kill off two invasive species living in the body of water, according to a recently released environmental assessment. ... more >>

Chesapeake Sees Unprecedented Jellyfish Scarcity
In one of the wettest summers on record, as boaters dodge floating debris sent down from the Conowingo Dam, jellyfish have been few and far between. In fact, scientists tell Bay Bulletin that bay nettles, the jellyfish we know best, may be more scarce this year than ever before. ... more >>

Harvesting Water Hyacinth to Produce Yoga Mats
Cleaning up a lake and doing your bit for the environment has never been this easy. All you have to do is sit down. Or do some yoga on the Bellandur Travel mat - proudly made in Bengaluru, from the water hyacinth in the much-maligned Bellandur Lake. ... more >>

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