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Algae may help feed a hungry world replacing CO2 emitting protein production

by Futures Centre, Jul 11
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Algae May Help Feed a Hungry World

From VOA Learning English, this is the Health & Lifestyle report. Nearly 790 million people around the world do not get enough to eat. Most of them live in developing countries. Many parts of the developing world do not have transportation systems in place that can bring food to people.

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