How carbon dioxide can become fish food
Mark Niu
North America;USA

Carbon dioxide levels have reached heights never seen before in human existence.

At the same time aquaculture production has more than doubled every year since the year 2000, requiring 400 billion fish from already over-fished stocks to be blended with grain in order to meet the feeding needs of fish farms.

Razor's Mark Niu traveled to Sunnyvale, in the heart of California's Silicon Valley, to meet the scientists hoping to have developed a solution to this problem: by capturing carbon gases, feeding them to lab grown microbes to transform into protein which can in turn be fed to fish.