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From 'air meat' to 3D printed food: These 10 eco-friendly foods are helping tackle climate change

Reducing food-related carbon emissions is a key part of the global effort to slow climate change. Image: Unsplash/CHUTTERSNAP

James Parkes

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Arina Shokouhi invented an avocado alternative called Ecovado. Image: Dezeen.

Air Meat by Air Protein is made from microbes that turn recycled carbon dioxide into protein. Image: Dezeen.

Solein by Solar Foods is a protein-rich food made from electricity, air and water laced with bacteria. Image: Dezeen.

Rob Russell designed this countertop Spira device that can harvest microalgae daily. Image: Dezeen.

The Singapore Food Agency deemed Eat Just's cultured chicken safe for human consumption. Image: Dezeen.

Holly Grounds developed an edible, flavourless biofilm to replace the multiple plastic sachets. Image: Dezeen.

Charlotte Böhning and Mary Lempres designed carbon water filters that are developed without fossil fuels. Image: Dezeen.

PriestmanGoode developed a concept that encourages consumers to return bioplastic containers. Image: Dezeen.

Around 36 million eggs are eaten per day in the UK alone. Image: Dezeen.

Elzelinde van Doleweerd collaborated with a technology company to develop food products 3D-printed from leftover food. Image: Dezeen.

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