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October 27, 2021

Over one-third of greenhouse-gas emissions come from food production. For a greener future, this urgently needs to change. What’s the future of food in a more sustainable world? The experts answer your questions.

This film is supported by @Infosys -

00:00 - Food’s environmental impact
00:44 - Why it’s important to make food sustainable
01:34 - Will everyone have to give up meat?
02:13 - Can lab-grown meat be scaled up?
03:32 - Could nutrients and vitamins be added to new foods?
04:52 - Will insects become a new staple food?
05:35 - Why small-scale farming isn’t the main solution
06:51 - Is vertical farming more sustainable?
07:36 - Will consumers accept new foods?

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