The food industry is among the three largest emitters of greenhouse gases. Clearly the food system must transform operations to reduce its carbon footprint and help avoid the worst impacts of climate change.
Sustainable growth requires a transformation in food systems through adoption of ag innovations, commercialization of plant-based meat substitutes, and dietary changes.
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It also requires policies and dietary guidelines that promote sustainable and resilient agricultural supply chains and consumer choices. How the public thinks about and accepts new food products is key to creating market demand for healthier and low carbon food.
Join LightWorks, the Swette Center for Sustainable Food Systems at Arizona State University, and SSF in a 90-minute exploration about how sustainable food companies are leading this transition and working to scale sufficiently to lower climate impacts. Also, hear what research and nonprofit centers are doing to aid the global transition to sustainable, healthy, and culturally appropriate food choices.