Sustainable Japanese aquaculture venture

NTT Carbon Dioxide Conversion

A new joint venture will help promote sustainable land-based aquaculture in Japan

NTT Carbon Dioxide Conversion infographic

Source: NTT

NTT has developed a ‘carbon dioxide conversion’ process

Japanese telecommunications company, NTT, has launched a new venture to promote more efficient and sustainable food production.

In partnership with Regional Fish Institute, NTT Green & Food Corporation will bring together AI, the ‘Internet of Things’ and other communications technologies to initially focus on carbon capture to reduce the environmental impact of land-based seafood farming.

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