Biological Carbon Capture and Conversion
Publication Date: July 2023
Engineering biology applications could contribute to significant emission cuts and move us toward achieving climate goals by replacing fossil fuels and fossil fuel-derived products with biobased products, transforming agriculture and industries with the introduction of low-emission and eco-friend processes and products, and building climate resilience for urban and rural communities.
Keywords: engineering biology, executive order, climate, carbon capture, carbon conversion, circular bioeconomy
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