GFI will join 14 other organisations in co-hosting the first ever Food Systems Pavilion – to put food at the centre of discussions at the COP27 climate change conference.
IPCC-Report: Pflanzenbasiertes und kultiviertes Fleisch können eine entscheidende Rolle bei der Halbierung der globalen Emissionen bis 2030 spielen
Der IPCC-Report sagt, dass pflanzenbasiertes und kultiviertes Fleisch eine erhebliche Reduzierung der Emissionen verspricht.
GFI Europe calls for public investment in sustainable proteins as the world’s top scientists recognise plant-based and cultivated meat can cut emissions, and protect nature and global health.
World’s top climate scientists acknowledge the role plant-based and cultivated meat could play in future-proofing our food system.
There is one sector that was completely absent from high level discussions, despite causing 21% of global emissions: animal agriculture.
GFI Europe calls on governments to direct at least 10% of the agricultural innovation funding announced at COP26 today towards changing meat production.
The Good Food Institute has welcomed a deforestation pledge – but is calling for some of the promised forest protection fund to be invested in sustainable food.
GFI will be on the ground in Glasgow, encouraging national governments to include sustainable proteins – making meat from plants and cultivating it from cells – into their national plans.
A new way of thinking about how we feed our growing population is sweeping the planet – and the UK risks losing its chance to carve out a leadership role in this rapidly growing area.
The Danish government has announced over 1.25 billion kroner (€168 million) to advance plant-based foods, as part of an unprecedented climate agreement.