THERE could finally be a way to make fertiliser without releasing huge amounts of greenhouse gases. If the new method can work on an industrial scale, it could help feed the world’s growing population, while also limiting climate change.
Farmers rely on fertilisers to feed their crops. Many of these contain ammonia, but the only way to make it on a large scale is the Haber-Bosch process. The method, which was developed in the 1900s, makes the chemical by combining nitrogen from the …
Article amended on 1 May 2019
We corrected what does nitrogen fixation