Researchers make Synthetic Starch out of Carbon Dioxide

Jay Owen Green Prosperity, SRI/ESG News, Greentech, Halophytes

 

 

 

 

 

Brimming with bio stories on #regulation, the businesses transitioning to #carbonneutral, the latest investments in #futurefoods.

 

‘Bioresearch of the Week’ is back with innovations & discoveries in the fields of health, materials, and farming, and ‘Biomass Innovations Under Investigation Part 4: Forestry and Energy Crops’.   And  making Synthetic Starch from CO2 !

 

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MeliBio Presents First Real Honey Made Without Bees

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Germany Reveals First Commercial Plant Making Clean Jet Fuel

German officials presented what they said is the world’s first commercial plant for making synthetic kerosene, which is promoted as a climate-friendly fuel of the future.

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British Army Begins Push to Embrace Renewable

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Xi Jinping Announces An End To Coal Use

The President of China announced that China is working to end its coal-fire projects abroad and at home. China accounts for 54% of the world’s coal-created electricity, making the country the biggest consumer of coal.

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French Fashion Group Kering Is Going Completely Fur Free

One of the largest luxury companies in >world, Kering took the decision for all of its brands to stop using any kind of animal fur, demonstrating how consumer demand for sustainable clothing and accessories is increasing.

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ESWET Responds to EP Report on Methane Emissions

European Suppliers of Waste-to-Energy Technology welcomes the European Parliament’s report that “supports bold actions to minimize the damages methane causes to the environment”.

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