Alternative proteins are critical to a biologically diverse, net-zero emissions world. Additional funding can help us deploy this powerful decarbonization tool.
The world's most in-depth, cross-sector gathering focused on the power and potential of alternative proteins to fundamentally change food and agriculture. The Good Food Conference will be held online from September 22-24, 2021.
As cultivated meat moves closer to market globally, many countries are actively establishing regulatory approval pathways.
A strong global regulatory framework is critical to maximize alternative proteins' potential to improve food security, mitigate environmental degradation, and alleviate global poverty.
The Wall Street Journal’s Global Food Forum will tackle the critical issue of sustainability across the food industry and agricultural economy, covering topics from seed research and farming practices to packaging and the food we eat.
Minnesota legislators recently introduced the first-ever bipartisan legislation in support of alternative protein research funding—setting a path for others to follow.
The United States government has a long history of solving problems and creating entire fields. Now, the government must support better ways of making meat.