Scaling plant-based and cultivated seafood could help satisfy growing global demand while creating resilient jobs and livelihoods that minimize the climate and biodiversity impacts of seafood consumption. If you’re seeking blue food solutions, alt seafood is quite a catch.
Headlines focused on short-term struggles reveal a major blindspot—scientists, policymakers, and industry innovators around the world are making real, on-the-ground progress on bringing delicious, affordable alternative proteins to more plates.
In recognition of the U.N.’s International Day of Biological Diversity, a GFI staffer shares her path to this moment and the people and places that have shaped her along the way.
Learn how GFI is advocating for the inclusion of alternative proteins as a climate solution in federal policy and bringing increased visibility to what governments around the world are doing to get us to a better food future.
A conversation about new beginnings, global opportunities, values, and culture. And oh yes, cats and dogs.
GFI marks Earth Day 2021 by taking stock of its actions, mapping its theory of change to three of the most fundamental concepts in Earth science and ecology.
Sheila Voss oversees GFI's strategic awareness and action campaigns, data-driven storytelling, and communications-related partnerships. Areas of expertise: plant science and sustainability, agricultural education, biodiversity and climate change messaging.