It will take a significant reduction of emissions and plenty of technical innovation to reach net zero emissions by 2050.
ATTA’s flagship climate initiative, Tomorrow’s Air, closely follows news about technology designs that can help reduce emissions in all aspects of our lives. Their latest Innovation Series features a variety of cutting-edge products that are receiving funding from Lowercarbon Capital. Check out their recent blog post to learn more about:
- Trash cans that churn dinner scraps into odorless food grounds
- Cooking oil made by fermenting sugar, using 87% less land than canola oil
- Slaughter-free beef made from real meat cells that come from a lab instead of a field, and contribute 96% fewer emissions
- Microbes that coat seeds to promote plant growth, resilience, and carbon drawdown
- Electric passenger planes
- The world’s first carbon-negative molecule factory, which uses enzymes instead of oil to make products such as bio-based hydrogen peroxide and wastewater treatment solutions
- Ocean de-acidifcation by growing kelp, sinking terrestrial biomass, and farming shellfish
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