Erik Kobayashi-Solomon of Forbes reports on Moleaer, a California-based company that is finding innovative solutions to improving water quality in agriculture.
- Moleaer is tackling climate change by advancing nanobubble technology in agriculture.
- Nanonbubbles are microscopic oxygen bubbles that when injected into watering systems can dramatically improve soil quality, plant health, and decrease water-borne pathogens like E. coli.
- Moleaer’s leadership and innovation show that the private sector is ready to find solutions to climate change.
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