Proactive Investors report:
What UniBio does is take natural gas and convert it into animal feed using a naturally occurring bacterial process.
It sounds simple enough, but the implications are profound.
Currently, it takes one hectare of land to produce 700 kilogrammes of soy, but the equivalent per hectare figure for UniBio is 25,000 tonnes.
That’s several orders of magnitude higher and represents a significant easing of pressure on scarce environmental resources.
But that natural gas comes from fracking!
Do the Greens think that natural gas should be left in the ground, rather than convert it into animal feed?