Not quite, but a step in the right direction.
Two highschool students claim to have found a way "to produce more biodiesel fuel while consuming fewer organic resources."
According to the budding scientists, "It [algae] grows very rapidly, and it grows in environments that won't support other food stocks so space wouldn't be taken up that could be used for growing food."
Algae, doing their part to combat global warming. Oh, and of course what is the most common form of algae transportation? Why the nitrogen cycle of course! Let's just hope they don't ride while being chloro-plastered.