Lunch Club: NextGen Animal Production to Fix the Climate Innovation Gap

Monday, October 10
12:30PM - 1:30PM
110 E 2nd St.


Gilonne d'Origny
New Harvest - CDO


Industrialized animal production constitutes 18% of all greenhouse gas emissions. Traditional techniques to reduce this aim at improving efficiencies in the existing system —
changing animal feed and genetically modifying the animals to convert feed to meat more efficiently — and in changing people’s behaviors — reducing or eliminating consumption and use of animal products.

Cellular agriculture offers a solution. It will enable us to harvest meat, milk, eggs and leather from cell cultures, not from animals.

As a society facing catastrophic climate change, we must mobilize to pouring resources into research to develop these technologies to fix the climate innovation gap.

There is no advance sign up for Lunch Clubs. Attendance is on a first-come, first-served bases. Seating is very limited at this Lunch Club, so we suggest arriving early. Attendees will pay for their own meals at the end of the event.

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Event Type:
Special Event
Lunch Club

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