I’m keynoting the workship on Food, Ethics, Politics at 4:00 with a reception to follow. My talk, “”Food, Ethics, Politics: The View from 2022,” will be in the Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment, Maeder Hall, Room 002. This event is part of the University Center for Human Values (UCHV) Conferences, Workshops & Special Events. To register to attend, click here.
Weekend reading: Nature Food on Cellular Agriculture
TODAY: Petaluma, 140 Kentucky, Copperfield’s Books, 7:00 p.m. Information is here.
It is worth reading for getting an idea of where current thinking is on this issue, and also because of Phil Howard’s latest take on power on industry the cellular food category.
See his commentary article below.
- Editorial: Cellular agriculture and food systems priorities
- Feature: Cellular agriculture could be a game-changer or just another spot on the supermarket shelves, Karl Gruber
- Comment & Opinion
- Cultured meat needs a race to mission not a race to market, Dwayne Holmes, David Humbird, Jan Dutkiewicz, Yadira Tejeda-Saldana, Breanna Duffy et al.Comment
- A virtue-ethical approach to cultured meat, Carlo Alvaro
- Cultivated meat as a tool for fighting antimicrobial resistance, Eileen McNamara & Claire Bomkamp
- Thick and thin food justice approaches in the evaluation of cellular agriculture, Garrett M. Broad & Robert M. Chiles
- Cellular agriculture will reinforce power asymmetries in food systems, Philip H. Howard
- Challenges of assessing the environmental sustainability of cellular agriculture, Hanna L. Tuomisto
- The triple bottom line framework can connect people, planet and profit in cellular agriculture, Marianne Jane Ellis, Alexandra Sexton, Illtud Dunsford & Neil Stephens
- Transforming a 12,000-year-old technology, Bruce Friedrich
Research Highlight: The price is right for artificial meat, Anne Mullen
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