Project X is a WWF founded corporate accelerator which helps organisations adopt sustainable innovations in their supply chains.
Our mission is to radically transform the sustainability performance of 10 industry value chains most responsible for biodiversity decline and climate change impacts in 10 years.
The ultimate goal of every programme is to get 10% of global industry to procure alternative sustainable solutions at scale.
Project X is working to accelerate the adoption of environmentally sustainable solutions within global supply chains.
The focus of the overall FEED-X programme is to source, test, finance and scale alternative feed ingredients into the global feed industry. Following an extensive programme to identify the most impactful areas for innovation within the value chains for salmon and shrimp feed, Project-X and its lead partner, Skretting (the global leader in the field) are working to identify organisations who are developing new ingredients and techniques.
The objective is to shift 10% of the global food industry, circa 107m tonnes, to significantly reduce feed related environmental impacts, by adopting alternative feed ingredients and feed related technologies into value chains for Salmon and Shrimp aquaculture.
Project X Global has now closed the FEED-X Challenge search to source outstanding innovations to radically transform the global feed industry. We were delighted to receive so many applications from entrepreneurs who are looking for ways to enable them to commercialise their sustainable feed innovations.
We extend our thanks to all of you who took the time to put together your applications, and for those who are not being taken through to the next round, we wish you all the best for the development of your work.
Interview with Marcela Navarro, CEO and Founder of Project X
The 'Mar Argentino' reached Mar del Plata port. Argentina
The new INIDEP scientific ship that was built in Vigo, Spain, was received by national authorities who escorted it. It cost almost 8 million dollars and will aim to work in coastal waters.