Rights of Nature laws generally are designed to encourage people to rethink their relationship to the environment.
Not all blooms pose the same threats—but all 50 states encounter some kind of harmful algae.
And we finally know why it exists.
5 questions answered.
Algae blooms in lakes and oceans generate pollution that harms people, pets, and the planet.
“They work everywhere, any time.”
Solutions on the half shell.
Four counties in state of emergency from toxic water
We're getting warmer
Pretty and poisonous
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