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Toxic Positivity: how benefits are not enough personal climate action with Prof. Kimberly Nicholas and Dr Gulbanu Kaptan

We are excited to renew our media partnership with Red to Green for Season 3!  Red to Green is a Podcast dedicated to providing content on sustainable food innovations, founded and hosted by Marina Schmidt. What sets Red to Green apart from other food tech podcasts is that instead of adopting the more common approach …

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Understanding is not enough, sociopolitical questions of cultured meat with Dr. Charlotte Biltekoff

We are excited to renew our media partnership with Red to Green for Season 3!  Red to Green is a Podcast dedicated to providing content on sustainable food innovations, founded and hosted by Marina Schmidt. What sets Red to Green apart from other food tech podcasts is that instead of adopting the more common approach …

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Industry lobbying and communicating the hard things about animal agriculture with Irina Gerry

We are excited to renew our media partnership with Red to Green for Season 3!  Red to Green is a Podcast dedicated to providing content on sustainable food innovations, founded and hosted by Marina Schmidt. What sets Red to Green apart from other food tech podcasts is that instead of adopting the more common approach …

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Dairy and fish vs. cultured meat: the difference in perception, production and promotion with Formo and BlueNalu

We are excited to renew our media partnership with Red to Green for Season 3!  Red to Green is a Podcast dedicated to providing content on sustainable food innovations, founded and hosted by Marina Schmidt. What sets Red to Green apart from other food tech podcasts is that instead of adopting the more common approach …

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Branding cultured products: the naturalness trap with Nicky Quinn

We are excited to renew our media partnership with Red to Green for Season 3!  Red to Green is a Podcast dedicated to providing content on sustainable food innovations, founded and hosted by Marina Schmidt. What sets Red to Green apart from other food tech podcasts is that instead of adopting the more common approach …

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Conspiracies & fake news about “frankenstein” meat with Dr. Daniel Jolley

We are excited to renew our media partnership with Red to Green for Season 3!  Red to Green is a Podcast dedicated to providing content on sustainable food innovations, founded and hosted by Marina Schmidt. What sets Red to Green apart from other food tech podcasts is that instead of adopting the more common approach …

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Jack A Bobo

Startup vs. Corporate: should we stop bashing animal agriculture? With Jack A Bobo

We are excited to renew our media partnership with Red to Green for Season 3!  Red to Green is a Podcast founded and hosted by Marina Schmidt, dedicated to providing content on sustainable food innovations. What sets Red to Green apart from other food tech podcasts is that instead of adopting the more common approach …

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Chris Bryant

Research findings on consumer’s attitudes towards cultured meat with Chris Bryant

An interview with Chris Bryant   We are excited to renew our media partnership with Red to Green for Season 3!  Red to Green is a Podcast dedicated to providing content on sustainable food innovations. What sets Red to Green apart from other food tech podcasts is that instead of adopting the more common approach …

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