April 18, 2019
Live Cells vs. Livestock: Policy And Regulation
LIVE CELLS vs LIVESTOCK:
Policy and Regulation is the second in our series focusing on cell-based meats. Cell-based meat also referred to as clean or cultured meat is genuine animal meat grown by culturing cells directly rather than by raising and slaughtering animals. Cell-based meat can be produced in a sterile environment without the necessity of antibiotics or the concerns of bacterial infection. One of the leading causes of environmental shifts is attributed to animal agriculture. The environmental impact of cell-based meat is anticipated to be significantly smaller than conventionally produced meat, in terms of greenhouse gas emissions, land and water use. By using cellular agriculture technologies we can produce meat in new ways to offset environmental change, reduce animal suffering, and improve health. This seminar will dive into the areas of regulation, industry oversight, marketing challenges, product labeling, and consumer acceptance.
OUR DISTINGUISHED PANEL INCLUDES:
Rebecca Cross - Founder, Greenfare Law LLP a boutique law firm focused on the merging market of plant-based foods and cellular agriculture.
Max Eleder - Research Manager, Food Futures Lab, Institute for the Future. Paul Shapiro - CEO: The Better Meat Co., Author: Clean Meat, Co-Host: Business for Good Podcast.
Paul Shapiro - CEO: The Better Meat Co., Author: Clean Meat, Co-Host: Business for Good Podcast.
6:00 pm: Light Dinner and Networking
6:30 pm - 8:00 pm: Presentation and Panel
How to get here: Public Transportation
This is a free event, however, seating is limited in order to guarantee admission please Register Here