With open-access research funding from NOAA, alternative seafood could help protect our oceans and bolster U.S. seafood production.
Global efforts to curb emissions, protect marine biodiversity, and reduce the impacts of climate change on our oceans should include investments in plant-based and cultivated seafood.
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.
With government support and robust public policy, alternative proteins can help us achieve an equitable and sustainable global water system.
New studies show cultivated meat can have massive environmental benefits and be cost-competitive by 2030
Cultivated meat can compete on costs and have a lower environmental footprint compared to conventional meat production.
Breakthrough Energy policy playbook highlights alt proteins’ critical role in reaching net-zero emissions
GFI contributed policy priorities to Breakthrough Energy’s Federal Climate Policy Playbook and submitted a letter to Congress to support federal investment in alternative protein research.
Support from governments, academia, and nonprofits will help ensure cultivated seafood reaches its full potential to sustainably meet the global demand for seafood and restore the health of our oceans.
By helping us create better alternative protein products, pulses can also help build a sustainable global food system.
Their fermentation process is taking alternative proteins beyond the realm of plant-based products and cultivated meat.