Regenerative agriculture and alternative proteins can work hand-in-hand to create a just, secure, and sustainable food system.
With the world’s most important global climate summit (COP26) just around the corner, all eyes are on China—the world’s largest emitter of greenhouse gas emissions as well as the largest investor in renewable energy technologies.
As the IPCC puts the finishing touches on part two of its Sixth Assessment Report, which assesses the impacts of climate change on our planet and will be completed in February 2022, we explore the implications of part one and highlight opportunities for alternative proteins to mitigate climate impacts.
GFI awards $5 million to boost research into alternative proteins — a powerful and scalable climate solution
GFI’s Competitive Research Grant program provides catalytic seed funding to accelerate alternative protein R&D and unlock the climate benefits on offer. But serious public investment is critical to achieving a net-zero, climate-resilient world.
This year’s Good Food Conference Founding Sponsors include an eclectic group of companies invested in the growth of alternative proteins. Read on to learn more about their work and predictions for the industry in 2022.
Research Manager at Stray Dog Institute and GFI advisory council member Laura Driscoll Ph.D. on how alternative proteins can address some of the world’s biggest challenges—if they do it right.