Haber-Bosch process emits more carbon dioxide than any other chemical reaction. What’s more, it consumes nearly 5% of the world’s annual natural gas production to create hydrogen and generate heat.
ADVERTISEMENTSo, the NTU researchers wanted to devise a more eco-friendly way to make green fertilizer. As global food demand increases, it’s of utmost importance to practice sustainable agriculture.
The team believes the findings of their research may help agricultural companies reach this goal.To make green fertilizer more efficient, scientists turned to an already-existing urea production method.Read more on powerofpositivity.com