Important Innovations Collection: Carbon Hungry Plants
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$35 Million in Funding from TED Audacious Project
Scientists at the Salk Institute in San Diego are developing genetically engineered plants with the capability to greatly increase their storage of carbon dioxide. They believe that widespread use of such plants on farms worldwide could reduce carbon dioxide in the air by 25%. For a great news blog, go to Important Innovations Collection: Carbon Hungry Plants: Fighting Global Warming With Plants Source: Cornfield stock image $35 Million Project at the Salk Institute The Salk Institute in S...