If agriculture were based on microalgae, could 97% of agricultural land go back to nature?
To propagate microalgae, which the company has made competitive with agriculture, in order to mitigate problems of food, climate change, fossil fuel, aquaculture, water and more.
To grow microalgae for food and biomass in sufficiently large and increasing quantities to stop deforestation, return agricultural land back to nature, replace fossil fuels and cater for humanities need for increased food and fuel supplies that are affordable, clean, healthy and good for planet Earth and to do this through working together with a multitude of organisations around the world.
Algae International Berhad (AIB) has been in the forefront of developing technology to grow and process microalgae. AIB has developed the floating bed method (FBM) and recently the concentrated solar microalgae cultivation system (COSMAC).