A team of researchers from Finland might have solved world hunger. The scientists just produced a single-cell protein from electricity and carbon dioxide. The protein can be further developed for use as food or animal feed. Renewable energy sources such as solar can be used to produce the protein. The final product is a nutritious mix of more than 50 percent protein and 25 percent carbohydrates with the rest consisting of fats and nucleic acids.
“In practice, all the raw materials are available…
from Inhabitat – Green Design, Innovation, Architecture, Green Building http://inhabitat.com/finnish-scientists-make-food-from-electricity