The End of Trash - Circular Economy Solutions #10
Geothermal energy warms this greenhouse in the lava fields of Grindavik, Iceland. Barley grown in inert volcanic pumice is genetically engineered to produce Epidermal Growth Factor (EGF), a protein that stimulates cell growth and which is used in luxury cosmetics. EGF has a market value of US$10,000 a gram.

Luca Locatelli

Exhibit: POS WP 215 35

 

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The End of Trash - Circular Economy Solutions #10
Environment, Stories, 1st Prize

Geothermal energy warms this greenhouse in the lava fields of Grindavik, Iceland. Barley grown in inert volcanic pumice is genetically engineered to produce Epidermal Growth Factor (EGF), a protein that stimulates cell growth and which is used in luxury cosmetics. EGF has a market value of US$10,000 a gram.

Photographer:
Luca Locatelli



Exhibit: POS WP 215 35

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