With the current water pollution levels, the issue is becoming increasingly pressing.
Aquatic resources such as cloverleaf and aquatic food production have been suffering from an increase in algae over the past few years.
In an effort to reduce the algae problem, the federal government is looking to use algae as a way to reduce pollution.
The Environmental Protection Authority has been working to reduce nitrogen levels in the waterways.
The Authority will be releasing new regulations to allow for more cloverleaves and algae to be planted on the shores.
However, this new regulation has not gone down well with environmentalists who are concerned that the regulation will lead to more pollution.
“We are concerned about the possibility of further degradation of the clover and aquatic resources, particularly clover,” said environmental campaigner Chris Lohse.
“It is also an issue around pollution of waterways in general and algae in particular,” he added.
“The water is going to be polluted, there will be more pollution, and it is going do that by introducing more clovers and algae.”
So it is a huge concern for us.
“Dr. David White, an aquaculture expert from the University of Adelaide, said that in order to combat the algae issue, it is important to understand the role of the aquatic ecosystem.”
I don’t think we need to worry too much about the algae as we can address that in the future,” he said.”
There is a lot of research that shows that if you look at the algae, the algae is the one that can help to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
“If we are looking to reduce CO2 emissions, we are going to have to do a lot more work with the aquatic resources.”
He added that the new regulations will also affect other fish species that can eat the algae.
Dr. White said that while the algae may not be as detrimental as we might think, it can still affect the health of fish species.
“As the species that are eating the algae are eating more of the algae and that is causing them to eat less, it’s really the effect of the other species that we need in terms of control of this pollution,” he explained.
“And so it is really a balancing act to be able to control it without having all of the fish suffer.”