Industrial animal agriculture sits at the intersection of many of the most pressing challenges facing human and non-human animal kind. To alleviate these pressures in the wake of rising global meat demand, we must accelerate the development of alternative proteins that compete with their conventional animal counterparts on the basis of taste, price, and convenience. Students are uniquely positioned to drive this food system transformation by influencing some of the most powerful institutions in our economy—colleges and universities.
In this EA Student Summit 2020 talk, The Good Food Institute's Amy Huang explains how you can turn your university into a powerhouse for alternative protein education, research, and innovation.
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