Sulfur shortage: A potential resource crisis looming as the world decarbonizes

A new study highlights that global demand for sulfuric acid is set to rise significantly from ‘246 to 400 million tons’ by 2040 — a result of more intensive agriculture and the world moving away from fossil fuels. A projected shortage of sulfuric acid, a crucial chemical in our modern industrial society, could stifle green technology advancement and threaten global food security, according to a new study.A new study highlights that global demand for sulfuric acid is set to rise significantly from ‘246 to 400 million tons’ by 2040 — a result of more intensive agriculture and the world moving away from fossil fuels. A projected shortage of sulfuric acid, a crucial chemical in our modern industrial society, could stifle green technology advancement and threaten global food security, according to a new study.

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