[USA] Even with efforts to address the effects of climate change gaining momentum, it will take innovative approaches to address various goals being established by a variety of countries.
One such idea is the use of microalgae as a feed source for livestock. Brian Walsh believes that replacing current feed crops with algae could yield big results toward providing a solution to climate change.
In fact, his research indicates a potential for reducing atmospheric carbon concentrates to preindustrial levels by the end of the century.
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