Toward the Sustainocene with global artificial synthesis
The rapid global deployment of artificial photosynthesis (AP) (as a zero-carbon source of hydrogen fuel, ammonia, and starch) has been proposed as a moral culmination of nanotechnology in this era of anthropogenic (or more accurately corporatogenic) climate change, loss of biodiversity, environmental degradation, and energy and food insecurity (GAP, 2011; Faunce 2012a). Successful AP technology is generally envisioned in this context as a nanotechnology device that derives energy and food...[Show more]
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