José María Pinilla, Natac‘s R&D Project Manager, presented the Aquolive project in Madrid within the framework of the United Nations Climate Change Conference, COP25. He explained the main contributions of Aquolive and its sustainability in the sector.
Sustainability is one of the main strengths of the Aquolive project, with its production model based on bio-economics. The presence of the project in such a relevant climate summit, is a great example of the project’s potential in the field of bioeconomy and the circular economy. These two economic models will mark the world’s economic future. Aquolive’s participation highlights the project’s commitment to sustainability.
Natac attended this major event with other innovative sustainability companies, such as Bayer CropScience, and AlgaEnergy, as part of the session “Biotechnology and Climate Change: A More Protected, Better Fed and More Sustainable Society”.