Earn with food and energy
Around 40 percent of global methane emissions are attributable to the love of eating meat. To produce one kilo of meat, between four and 16 kilograms of grain must be used. However, research is also progressing on the subject of meat. Pea-based meat substitutes, for example, are becoming a bestseller. Or "clean meat", artificial meat, real meat bred in the laboratory without animals, is an option.
According to a United Nations report, the world population could grow from 7.7 billion today to around 11 billion by 2100. Numerous companies are working to feed all people, as healthy and sufficient as possible.
For example EnWave - http://www.commodity-tv.net/c/search_adv/?v=299137. Using its patented vacuum microwave technology, EnWave dries meat, seafood, fruit, vegetables and dairy products. Neither fresh aroma nor colour are lost. The technology is also used in the pharmaceutical and medical cannabis sectors. With licenses, the sale of vacuum machines and its own companies, EnWave is earning successfully.
Another aspect is the fact that agriculture naturally needs a lot of energy. Whether in the production process, for mast halls, vehicles, mowers and other machines. Here, batteries and electric mobility can lead to a better environmental balance. Electromobility in agriculture, a topic that is also discussed at trade fairs, is clean, quiet and more environmentally friendly. Where there were diesel tanks, powerful lithium-ion batteries are already being used today.
The necessary raw materials, such as lithium, are in the soil of societies like Millennial Lithium - http://www.commodity-tv.net/c/search_adv/?v=298888. Its flagship Pastos Grandes lithium triangle project in Argentina covers 8664 hectares of land, is in the approval process and will deliver the best battery quality.
Current corporate information and press releases from EnWave (https://www.resource-capital.ch/en/companies/enwave-corp/) and Millennial Lithium (https://www.resource-capital.ch/en/companies/millennial-lithium-corp/).
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