Meat & Protein

Over the last decade, meat, fish and other animal-source foods have been in the spotlight for theirenvironmental, public health, social and animal welfare impacts. With sustainability concerns growing and many calling for a ‘protein transition’, significant investments have been made in plant-based and lab-based substituteproducts, often by conventional meat processors. The full impacts of different modes of animal agriculture, and different types of protein production, therefore need to be clearly understood - from energy requirements to land use changes, from food security and cultural implications to working conditionsand power relations. IPES-Food will publish on this topic in 2021.

Media

All media
August 2018

From Lab to Fork

Metropole | Andrew Standen-Raz

May 2018

How to make global food systems more sustainable

Independent | Kathleen Kevany

October 2017

Hidden cost of feeding grain to farm animals to hit $1.32tn a year

The Guardian | Bibi van der Zee

February 2020

Sustainable food systems & a sustainable protein mix: how do we get there?

IPES-Food Director NIck Jacobs at the Protein2Food conference in Brussels, Belgium