seaweed

Seaweed. It plays a vital role in ocean ecology, and also in our health and diet, and in our local and global economies. Seaweed Chronicles: A World at the Water’s Edge is Susan Hand Shetterly’s book of stories about seaweed, and the people and creatures who depend upon it. Shetterly joins Suzanne M. Lang in conversation with KRCB’s A Novel Idea.

Brevard Times

From Barbados to Cancun to Miami, beachgoers are complaining about seaweed. Huge amounts of sargassum weed are causing headaches for communities dependent on tourism. Scientists say it's related to climate change.

California Update for Tuesday, May 29, 2018

May 29, 2018
Ezra David Romero / Capital Public Radio

• Cows don’t usually eat seaweed. But researchers at UC Davis want to change that in an effort to get the animals to burp smaller amounts of greenhouse gases.

• California has 13 new state laws on the books so far this year. They range from minor technical changes to responses to some of the year’s most prominent issues.

Today's reporting by Ezra David Romero and Ben Bradford.