Medical News Turning CO2 into animal feed could make it greener for us to eat meat
21 May 2019
Compressed fish is currently made into food for fisheriesZhu Li / Greenpeace
By Donna LuCarbon captured from industry could be channelled into the food chain – a process that might help to reduce the emissions from agriculture.
UK-based company Deep Branch Biotechnology has recently finished testing a method for turning carbon dioxide into animal feed. It is now teaming up with two CO2 emitters – one that generates electricity and one that produces cement – for trials over 18 months, in which it will convert the gas into up to 100 kilograms of protein to be fed to fish and livestock. …
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