ABO members are invited to get their free copy of a new book that makes the case for algae as a solution to intractable problems in the global food supply chain.
This will be an invaluable resource for business leaders that need to reach new audiences that are often unfamiliar with the role algae can play in countless markets.
In Ana Feeds our World by 2040 Dr. Mark Edwards, a professor at Arizona State University and expert on communicating the potential of algae, describes the adoption and diffusion of sustainable, healthy and affordable algae-based food for plants, animals and people.
The book shares how the lowest plant on the food chain creates a food renaissance with foods that are superior in nutrients, vitamins, minerals and bioactive compounds. These foods are also substantially more sustainable, productive and affordable than industrial foods.
Ana describes novel solutions for critical issues facing modern agriculture; protein shortages, cropland allocations, water supplies, energy, fertilizer, pesticides, pollution and climate chaos.
Dr. Edwards will be publishing excerpts of his new book on his blog, but ABO members can download their own, full-color PDF copy by logging into their ABO account at www.algaebiomass.org and navigating to the Member Resources page.