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NASA-Inspired High-Protein Made Out Of Thin Air Could Feed Billions, Reduce Emissions and Deforestation

Solar Foods created a new high-protein flour-like powder called Solein that’s made out of CO₂, water, and electricity. Made of 50% protein, 5–10% fat, and 20–25% carbs, Solein is reportedly 100 times more climate-friendly than meat and 10 times better than plants. It could also replace palm oil, prevent further deforestation, and feed billions.

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This Hands-Free Door Handle Is Protecting Shoppers from COVID-19 in Finland

Finnish clean-energy company, Fortum, has developed Fortum Vipu (Virus Prevention Unit), a sustainable, hands-free, infection-preventing door handle made of Fortum Circo recycled plastic in an effort to combat Coronavirus. Supermarket shoppers can place their forearm into a rounded level and easily pull open the doors of fridges and freezers – no hands needed!

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