This past Friday, 16th October, Martin Olofsson joined MPEA's growing group of doctorates, giving an excellent presentation and solid defence of his dissertation, Microalgae: future bioresource of the sea? The evaluation committee was gave a strong review of Martin's work in Portugal and on Öland, with the aim of establishing "the potential of cultivating microalgae as … Continue reading Congratulations, Martin!
By Eva Pohl A company that has a sustainability policy often has sustainability metrics, but it is hard to say if it is performing well or not. However, it is possible to add these metrics up in different ways and to create tools to evaluate them. Such a tool can be called “Sustainability Index.” This can … Continue reading The Life of a Product: Assessing Environmental Impact
by Daniel Fernando Manta and mobula rays, commonly referred to as devil rays due to their two “horns” or cephalic fins, are among the most iconic and charismatic fish in the ocean. There are 2 Manta spp. and 9 Mobula spp., collectively called mobulid rays, in the Mobulidae subfamily and similar to sharks are greatly … Continue reading A Diminishing Ray of Hope