Researcher wants to save the world with mushrooms
In the following, we would like to draw your attention to a very interesting article by our advisory board. Jan Lelley, who recently appeared in the West German newspaper.
At the same time, we would like to draw attention in this context to his current book entitled "No fungi, no future - how mushrooms can save the world"
The book for readers interested in science, who are thinking about the upcoming problems of a rapidly increasing world population. The book clarifies the hitherto generally unknown use of so-called big mushrooms. These are mushrooms that are otherwise known for walks in woods and meadows and that you can buy in the trade.
How can mushrooms help save humanity?
Can food problems in poor African countries be solved by mushrooms?
Is it possible to revitalize entire damaged forests?
And what do mushrooms have to do on Mars?
These and other exciting questions will be answered throughout the chapter.
Readers are given insights into the secrets and ways of working of a science that, like mushrooms, is in the dark, whose importance is rapidly increasing, although it has so far been practiced by relatively few researchers.
Verlag: Springer; edition: 1. edit. 2018 (20/Märch/2018)