The demand for protein is on the rise. By 2050, there will be an estimated 10 billion mouths to feed, requiring protein production rates to almost double. Modern agriculture cannot sustainably expand to meet this growing demand. It has the same geographical footprint as Africa and South America put together, plus it omits more greenhouse gases than all cars, trucks, planes, and trains combined. Our natural microbes convert carefully selected CO2 into nutritious protein. We use 10,000x less land and 2,000x less water than modern agriculture does, and we have a very small carbon footprint because we recycle CO2, like plants do, instead of omitting it like animals. To learn more visit planetplusfoods.com.
Kiverdi CEO, Dr. Lisa Dyson, shares a vision for a sustainable future through the help of nature's Super- Charged Carbon Recyclers, on the TED stage. Watch the TED talk.
Kiverdi Joins Valorisation Carbon Québec in Canada to Recylce CO2
Kiverdi joins the Valorisation Carbone Quebec (VCQ) Project as a carbon use partner. This project will deploy Kiverdi's proprietary bio-process to convert CO2 into bio-based products alongside CO2 Solutions' leading-edge enzymatic carbon capture technology. Read more.
Kiverdi wins US DOE Award
Kiverdi Inc. is one of seven companies chosen by the DOE to receive funding. They, in collaboration with the National Renewable Energy laboratory, will receive $2 million to develop processes and genetic tools to produce hydrocarbons in previously unengineered bacteria. Read more.