A red alga (Asparagopsis armata) could contribute to the digestion of cattle by an enzyme that would reduce biogenic methane emissions with more than 80%. This could have a major impact given that cattle are the biggest polluter in the food industry.
InfoClima: Red algae and cattle – how can these two reduce methane pollution?
By savast /
2 weeks ago
We are delighted to announce our EPG Spring 2021 Fellow, Aime Boscq. 👩🏫
Aime is currently a project manager focused on the ground-mounted PV market segment at Enerplan, the French association of solar energy professionals. His missions include lobbying vis-à-vis political stakeholders (ministries, regulators, local authorities etc.) on the regulatory framework and support schemes concerning solar PV in France, representing the solar PV industry in talks with grid operators to facilitate and manage the system integration of renewables, anticipating sources of local oppositions to PV projects as well as organising large-scale annual events and regular roundtables for PV professionals.
🔎 Find out more about Aime here: www.enpg.ro/epg-fellowship/. ... See MoreSee Less