When it comes to animal welfare, the right technology applied in the right way can make all the difference.
Research shows that 60 percent of millennials and members of Gen Z are willing to make modestly different food choices if it supports planetary health.
Rodents from rabbits to cane rats provide sustainable protein sources for many populations, but expanding their consumption could pose problems.
As demand for locally raised and certified organic meat booms, small farmers are struggling with the scarcity of slaughter facilities.
Multinational development banks that pledged to align their lending with the Paris Agreement continue to pump money into industrial animal agriculture.
On “Food Talk with Dani Nierenberg,” Raphael Podselver of ProVeg International discusses the impact of industrial livestock production on the environment, the challenge of shifting eaters’ diets, and the importance of putting food on the agenda at future global conferences.
The Biden-Harris Administration will invest US$1 billion in order to create a fairer, more competitive, and more resilient meat and poultry supply chain.
Frances Moore Lappé calls the American fascination with animal protein “a fixation.” To mitigate climate change, it’s time for U.S. consumers to reassess their consumption patterns.
At this event, panelists will discuss what it takes to change the production of animal protein while maintaining farmer livelihoods and food security. Confirmed speakers include Aleph Farms CEO Didier Toubia, Sustainable Food Trust Director Patrick Holden, and Food Tank President Danielle Nierenberg.