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The global food system is facing unparalleled challenges and changes. So how can we reset for a better, more sustainable future? Introducing control alt meat, the weekly podcast that explores the issues transforming the global food business. Join us as we speak to the innovators and investors, policymakers, product developers, scientists, and chefs who are all on the frontline reshaping the future of our food.

The global food system is facing unparalleled challenges and changes. So how can we reset for a better, more sustainable future? Introducing control alt meat, the weekly podcast that explores the issues transforming the global food business. Join us as we speak to the innovators and investors, policymakers, product developers, scientists, and chefs who are all on the frontline reshaping the future of our food.

Location:

United Kingdom

Description:

The global food system is facing unparalleled challenges and changes. So how can we reset for a better, more sustainable future? Introducing control alt meat, the weekly podcast that explores the issues transforming the global food business. Join us as we speak to the innovators and investors, policymakers, product developers, scientists, and chefs who are all on the frontline reshaping the future of our food.

Language:

English

Contact:

7342494944


Episodes

5 key things to know about Animal Law

4/28/2022
Alice Di Concetto is the Founder and Consultant at Animal Law Europe, a consulting firm dedicated to helping organizations make longer strides regarding European law and policy and animal welfare. Alice is a French and US-educated lawyer with over ten years of academic and professional experience in animal law. Alice’s experience working with various government and non-government organizations has allowed her to gain considerable wisdom in EU public affairs. Alice joins me to discuss animal...

Duration:00:09:24

5 key things to know about COP26

4/21/2022
Helena Wright is the Policy Director at FAIRR, a global network of investors that promotes responsible investing with ESG risks in mind. As Policy Director, Helena focuses on policy solutions related to opportunities and threats surrounding intensive animal agriculture. She regularly engages with people from the government, regulators, major industry bodies, and their respective investors. Before joining FAIRR, Helena was the Vice President for the World Wildlife Foundation in...

Duration:00:07:07

5 Key Things to Know About Antimicrobial Resistance

4/14/2022
Philippa Thornton is an ESG Analyst at FAIRR Initiative, a network of investors worldwide with a mission to implement strict ESG investing practices across the global supply chain. Philippa is responsible for creating ESG Analysis within FAIRR’s Sustainable Proteins team. She obtained her Bachelor’s degree in Geography from Hertford College, Oxford, and has extensive experience working with environmental NGOs. Philippa joins me to explain the dangers of antimicrobial resistance and why it...

Duration:00:08:38

5 Key Things to Know About Aquaculture

4/7/2022
Lily Stuart is the Research & Engagement Manager of FAIRR Initiative’s Aquaculture and Biodiversity Department. FAIRR Initiative is one of the world’s leading organizations that aims to address ESG issues in the food industry, with a particular focus on animal welfare and plant alternatives. As part of FAIRR’s core team, Lily is responsible for the organization's research and engagement in all things regarding biodiversity and aquaculture. Lily joins me today to discuss what’s really...

Duration:00:13:00

Decoding The Language of Dolphins with Diana Reiss

3/31/2022
Diana Reiss is a cognitive psychologist whose research focuses on the communication and cognition of marine animals. The core of her specialization revolves around dolphins and the evolution of their intelligence and sense of self. She is the author of The Dolphin in the Mirror where she talks about how dolphins possess the rare ability to recognize themselves in front of a mirror - once thought to be exclusive to apes and humans. She is a strong advocate for preserving aquatic life,...

Duration:00:47:17

Optimism for the Future of the Food System with Jim Mellon

3/24/2022
Jim Mellon is the Chairman of Juvenescence, a biotech company disrupting the health industry through the latest advancements in supplements. He is the author of Moo's Law: An Investor’s Guide to the New Agrarian Revolution, where he talks about how cultivated meat technology can radically change the way the food system works. Jim supports startups that aim to innovate the food industry to promote a society that no longer relies on real meat. Jim Mellon joins me today to discuss why he is...

Duration:00:35:10

5 Key Things to Know About Animal Welfare and ESG

3/17/2022
Elliot Teperman is an Outreach & Research Analyst for the Farm Animal Investment Risk & Return Initiative (FAIRR Initiative). The FAIRR Initiative is an investor network that aims to generate awareness of ESG risks and opportunities that were realized due to intensive livestock production. As an analyst for FAIRR, Elliot is responsible for onboarding investors, understanding their needs, and conducting FAIRR’s yearly surveys. Elliot Teperman joins me today to discuss the progress towards...

Duration:00:09:58

5 Key Things to Know About Plant-based Nutrition

3/3/2022
Sophia De La Parra is an ESG Analyst for the FAIRR Initiative, an organization that promotes responsible investing for their pensioners through strict adherence to ESG guidelines. She vets retailers and brand manufacturers and works closely with FAIRR’s Investor Members to develop and integrate sustainable food systems. Sofia earned her MSc in Climate Change, Management, and Finance from Imperial College London. Sofia joins me today to explain what plant-based food producers should do to...

Duration:00:05:49

Moving Mountains with Simeon Van der Molen

2/24/2022
Simeon Van der Molen is the Founder & CEO of Moving Mountains Foods, a British company that offers a wide variety of alternative meat products, including their signature “meatless bleeding burger.” Simeon’s role is to create the world’s most realistic food tech products that also contribute to the long-term preservation of the environment. Simeon is also the owner of Ecozone, a privately-owned European manufacturer of detergent liquids and tablets. Simeon joins me to share how Moving...

Duration:00:37:31

Reforming Animal Slaughterhouses with Temple Grandin

2/17/2022
Temple Grandin is an American scientist and industrial designer who was diagnosed with autism. However, instead of letting her condition define her, she reasoned that people with autism can relate to the intense fear animals experience in slaughterhouses. She used her experience with autism to create systems that can help with the anxiety of both people and animals. Temple’s condition allowed her to possess a high IQ and obtain a Master’s degree and a Doctorate in Animal Science from Arizona...

Duration:00:43:21

Similarities Between Human & Animal Culture and Consciousness with Carl Safina

2/10/2022
Carl Safina is the Founding President of the Safina Center, a nonprofit organization that supports advocacies and programs that spearhead wildlife preservation and conservation and raise awareness for species endangerment. Carl also hosted the PBS series Saving the Ocean, where he shows the beauty of Mother Nature and unseen societies and cultures to engage viewers into taking action in preserving what we have for future generations. Carl joins me today to discuss what makes people and...

Duration:00:38:03

Environmental, Social, and Governance Investing with Fiona Reynolds and Maria Lettini

2/3/2022
Fiona Reynolds is the CEO of Principles for Responsible Investment, an investor initiative supported by the United Nations that supports investing in companies that pass the Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) criteria. Maria Lettini is the Executive Director of FAIRR, a rising investor network focusing on ESG risks in the global food sector. Both women come from organizations that aim to marry ethical growth and finances with the end goal of reducing environmental and health...

Duration:01:09:45

Running a Pioneering Plant-Based Restaurant with Camilla Fayed

1/28/2022
Camilla Fayed is the Founder of FARMACY, a plant-based restaurant in London known to provide customers with high-quality and organic plant-based foods and drinks. Camilla founded FARMACY on the belief that plant-based food is medicine to the human body. She is passionate about natural farming and sustainability, and upholds a strong belief that future restaurants must coexist with nature. Camilla joins me today to discuss why she shifted to a 100% plant-based lifestyle and how food became...

Duration:00:16:32

Optimism for the Future of the Food System with Jim Mellon

1/21/2022
Jim Mellon is the Chairman of Juvenescence, a biotech company disrupting the health industry through the latest advancements in supplements. He is the author of Moo's Law: An Investor’s Guide to the New Agrarian Revolution, where he talks about how cultivated meat technology can radically change the way the food system works. Jim supports startups that aim to innovate the food industry to promote a society that no longer relies on real meat. Jim joins me today to discuss why he is...

Duration:00:35:15

Approaching the Problem of Antimicrobial Resistance with Dr Lance Price

1/13/2022
Dr. Lance Price is a co-director at the Antibiotic Resistance Action Center—or ARAC—at the Milken Institute School of Public Health at George Washington University. ARAC was formed to research and educate people about the use and overuse of antibiotics in our food. Dr. Price’s research revolves around retracing the ecology, epidemiology, and evolution of antibiotic-resistant bacteria and has been cited as a great resource in peer-reviewed journals. Lance joins me to discuss antibiotic...

Duration:00:28:55

The Ecologist Guide to Food: Antibiotic Resistance & Superbugs with Andrew Wasley

1/6/2022
Andrew Wasley is an investigative journalist who specializes in food production and how it contributes to environmental problems. He is a member of the not-for-profit Bureau of Investigative Journalism, an organization that firmly believes in the vital role of investigative journalism in keeping a strong democracy. Andrew is also the author of The Ecologist Guide to Food, where he talks about the dark side of the food we eat with stories involving animal suffering, the destruction of...

Duration:00:42:14

Decoding The Language of Dolphins with Diana Reiss

12/30/2021
Diana Reiss is a cognitive psychologist whose research focuses on the communication and cognition of marine animals. The core of her specialization revolves around dolphins and the evolution of their intelligence and sense of self. She is the author of The Dolphin in the Mirror where she talks about how dolphins possess the rare ability to recognize themselves in front of a mirror - once thought to be exclusive to apes and humans. She is a strong advocate for preserving aquatic life,...

Duration:00:47:21

Beyond Meat's Founder and CEO Ethan Brown on building Beyond and a plant-based future

12/23/2021
Ethan Brown is the President and CEO at Beyond Meat, a company that champions plant-based alternatives that look and taste just like real meat. Their movement stems from the idea of how a plant-based lifestyle can have positive changes to our health and the ecosystem. Before founding Beyond Meat, Ethan was an energy analyst for the National Governor’s Center for Best Practices focused on clean energy. Ethan joins me today to discuss the beginnings of Beyond Meat and their plans for the...

Duration:00:20:38

5 key things to know about Brexit and food

12/16/2021
Stephanie Haszczyn is a Programme Officer at FAIRR, an international network of investors that entices businesses to follow ESG guidelines and other sustainable practices. Stephanie recently joined FAIRR last October, but she carries over four years of research writing and coordinating experience from various organizations, including a career at Frontiers as a Journal Specialist. In her free time, Stephanie regularly volunteers as an assistant at Oxfam and as a Volunteer Archivist at the...

Duration:00:10:56

Moving Mountains with Simeon Van der Molen

12/9/2021
Simeon Van der Molen is the Founder & CEO of Moving Mountains Foods, a British company that offers a wide variety of alternative meat products, including their signature “meatless bleeding burger.” Simeon’s role is to create the world’s most realistic food tech products that also contribute to the long-term preservation of the environment. Simeon is also the owner of Ecozone, a privately-owned European manufacturer of detergent liquids and tablets. Simeon joins me to share how Moving...

Duration:00:37:38