There are many locations in India with no access to a reliable source of water. Water needs to be transported to such locations and purification systems for drinking water are also needed. Commercialisation of this Israeli technology to get water from air is great news indeed. https://www.cnbctv18.com/videos/infrastructure/atmospheric-water-generator-kiosk-installed-at-secunderabad-railway-station-4873551.htm
Fungi, specifically mycelium, are turning out to be a better protein source and meat substitute than pea and soy based products. Mycelium is the mesh like network that grows under the ground and produces mushrooms.
I disagree with FSSAI when it says that ten states are not equipped to ensure food safety. My position is that NONE of the states in India are equipped to do so.
The world can easily feed 10 billion people using much less land than what’s used for agriculture today.
The democratisation of genetic engineering is now a reality. It is quite easy even for school students to create specific bioengineered life forms in a garage lab.