By Rowena Pullan @CH4 Global
January 17, 2023
As of late 2022, reports indicated that more than one quarter of all venture capital was being poured into climate tech.
2021: Enter the potential to conquer enteric methane emissions—a major contributor to climate change—our emerging industry of Asparagopsis-based methane mitigation in ruminant animals garnered much attention.
Now that we’ve rung in the new year, it’s a good time to lay out the facts about methane and Asparagopsis in a new Myth Busting series on the CH4 Global blog.
In each Myth Busting article, we’ll address a relevant topic and fill in key details that were overlooked at some point in the abundance of industry commentary. We are doing this as we have seen some confusion, misrepresentation and misunderstanding of key facts and at this phase of the industry, it’s crucial to shed light on some of the finer points of this fast-moving solution area.
Referencing peer-reviewed articles in scientific journals where relevant, we aim to bring greater clarity to fundamental topics that matter to investors, journalists, food industry leaders, food producers, and others.
Stay tuned for the first installment this week, or better yet, join our mailing list to stay in the loop.