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Microalgae next boom industry in New Caledonia's Pacific waters?

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April 29, 2014
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A microalgae industry which makes the most of New Caledonia's warm, sunny weather, could be the next big thing for the French territory's economy, if a team of government-funded young scientists can find the right species to thrive. Duration: 01:53 Video provided by AFP


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AFP (Apr. 20, 2012) — Believed to be extinct across the Atlantic Ocean, grey whales are thriving in the Pacific Ocean. Scientists estimate the current population to be about 25,000, almost all of which head to the waters off Mexico's northwest coast during breeding season.
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Recycling Seafood: Oil From Fish Waste

Recycling Seafood: Oil From Fish Waste

Deutsche Welle (June 23, 2013) — Leftovers from the fish industry might become a valuable raw material in the future. A German company has developed a system for recycling shrimp shells and other fish waste to create oils for the food production industry. The oils are rich in omega-3 fatty acids, which help prevent cardiovascular problems. The aim is to minimize waste from the fish-processing industry. Other potential leftovers are turned into a powder that is high in protein and may have anti-inflammatory properties.
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Chinese Walnuts Boom as Consumers Seek Therapy

Chinese Walnuts Boom as Consumers Seek Therapy

AFP (Oct. 14, 2014) — It's boom time for Chinese walnut farmers as a new wave of wealthy consumers in search of hand massages -- and improved circulation -- value them more highly than gold. Duration: 01:15 Video provided by AFP
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Pig Population Explosion Fuels an Environmental Scandal

Pig Population Explosion Fuels an Environmental Scandal

Reuters (Apr. 24, 2013) — A boom in illegal farms is one cause behind a rash of pig carcasses appearing in a river close to Shanghai, official documents show. Jane Lanhee Lee visits one of the operations being dismantled.
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