- The UK government’s Green Food Project, which aims “to reconcile how we will achieve our goals of improving the environment and increasing food production”.
- Biodiversity 2020 – which aims ‘to halt overall biodiversity loss, and support healthy well-functioning ecosystems’; and
Academic reports and articles
- Crawford, D. L., McCoy, E., Harkin, J. M., and Jones, P. (2004). Production of microbial protein from waste cellulose by Thermomonospora fusca, a thermophilic actinomycete, Biotechnology & Bioengineering,15(5), 833-843. DOI: 10.1002/bit.260150502.
Armiger, W., and
Zabriskie, D. (1977). Production of single cell protein from cellulose wastes, Proceedings of the symposium on single cell protein substrates presented at the
First Chemical Congress of the North American Continent, Mexico City,
Mexico, 30 Nov 1975, pp 45-64.
- Don L. Crawford, D. L., McCoy, E., Harkin J. M., and Jones, P. (1973). Production of microbial protein from waste cellulose by Thermomonospora fusca, a thermophilic actinomycete, Biotechnology and Bioengineering, 15(5), 833-843.
- Rogers, C. J., Coleman, E., Spino, D. F., Purcell, T. C., and Scarpino, P. V. (1972). Production of fungal protein from cellulose and waste cellulosics, Environmental Science and Technology, 6(8), 715–719, DOI: 10.1021/es60067a008.
- Food from wood, Nature, 137, 688-689 (25 April 1936), doi:10.1038/137688a0 (no author?).