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Unibio contributes to white paper ”Producing more with less”

20Jul

Unibio contributes to white paper ”Producing more with less”

Yesterday, Producing More with Less was launched at the Danish UN Mission's office in New York, where 60 people participated. Since the paper is intended as a contribution to solving the UN's World Sustainable Development Goal, it seemed fitting to launch it while the UN High-Level Political Forum takes place in New York these days (the UN High-Level Political Forum is an annual event, where selected world goals are being evaluated).

Unibio at World Bio Markets

27Mar
world bio markets exhibition

Unibio at World Bio Markets

Unibio CEO, Henrik Busch-Larsen was last week in Amsterdam for this years World Bio Markets. He was invited to speak in a panel to discuss how we can make use of waste gases as a feedstock for a truly circular economy together with representatives from Lanzatech and Climeworks.

Visit from the Minister of Food Security and the Danish Ambassador

12Feb
Henrik Busch Larsen CEO of Unibio at Global Forum for Innovations in Agriculture

Visit from the Minister of Food Security and the Danish Ambassador

Last week our CEO and a part of the commercial department went to the Global Forum for Innovations in Agriculture (GFIA) in Abu Dhabi. CEO, Henrik Busch-Larsen was invited to give a speech on how Unibio can supply sufficient quantities of protein to a fast-growing global population. The exhibition was a big success, with large interest from potential customers and investors.

Alternative Feed Ingredient Workshop with WWF

18Dec
Alternative Feed Ingredient Workshop with green exotic rainforrest in background

Alternative Feed Ingredient Workshop with WWF

Last week Unibio was one of just 15 companies invited to participate in a workshop hosted by WWF. The purpose of the workshop was to identify areas for collaboration to advance the scaling of alternative feed proteins, as they are believed to be crucial to the sustainability of aquaculture and other animal proteins moving forward. We look forward to see the results of the workshop in the future.

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