The International Panel on Climate Change recently stated that humanity has until about 2030 to fight the first real battle against climate chaos. Billions of dollars will be invested in currently early-stage technologies in this area in the next few years. NovoNutrients is building profitable technology to win that battle and the war. It confronts unsustainable carbon emissions as well as other stark global resource challenges: the over-fishing of our oceans, and feeding a growing and ever more demanding population in the face of limited access to arable land, and other crucial requirements for traditional agriculture.
NovoNutrients transforms waste industrial CO2 into food system ingredients, through industrial biotech, and biological innovation.
Changing our food system is one of the most significant ways to improve our relationship with the planet and the current trajectory of climate change. NovoNutrients advances a circular economy for food: it minimizes waste by using it as a feedstock.
This system allows the company to take the most burdensome waste products, carbon-rich waste gases that today flow from smokestacks, and cycle them through an innovative process that results in clean and useful food. It is a value-adding second life for CO2 that abates climate change, while adding to the toolset to fight hunger.
Using CO2 Emissions to Reduce our Reliance on the Meat and Fish Industry
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