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Climate TV: Blue-green algae

Created on 04 April 2014
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Blue-green algae are cyanobacteria that are present in many Dutch waters during the summer, causing huge problems among swimmers and animals. Climate change will increase the problems caused by blue-green algae. How dangerous are blue-green algae, and what can you do about it?

In this newest episode of Climate TV researchers from Wageningen UR en de Radboud University explain how blue-green algae can cause intestinal problems, increase the risk of cancer and can even result in death.

Showing others what they can do about climate change? Share this video on facebook or twitter, or use in your presentations, at school, on your blog. Find Knowledge for Climate also on facebook.com/climatenl Video production: Arteffects, Arnhem

More info: http://www.kennisvoorklimaat.nl/superveiligedijk
Produced by: Kennis voor Klimaat
Year: 2013



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