With government support and robust public policy, alternative proteins can help us achieve an equitable and sustainable global water system.
Amy Huang helps lead GFI's efforts to transform universities into engines of alternative protein research and education. Areas of expertise: university programs, academic ecosystem-building, global health, design thinking, effective altruism, public speaking.
As the leaders of tomorrow, students are uniquely positioned to help build a better food system. That's why GFI launched the Alt. Protein Project.
To reliably feed a growing population with new kinds of meat, we need researchers dedicated to investigating foundational, pre-competitive research questions. That's why we're inviting scientists and researchers to join the GFIdeas community.