Phosphorus Forum 2024
There is no life without phosphorus. It’s in your bones. It’s in your DNA. As a key fertilizer ingredient, phosphorus is essential for global food security.
As a burgeoning world population harvests more crops for food, energy, and materials, the demand for phosphorus increases. Yet our phosphate rock reserves are non-renewable, increasingly contaminated, and highly concentrated geographically, posing geopolitical vulnerability. Meanwhile, intensified phosphorus use has degraded water quality in rivers, lakes, and coastal oceans, creating toxic algal blooms and dead zones. Our global water security also depends on better phosphorus management.
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