Radio BillionBurgerLong before the coronavirus began disrupting America’s trillion-dollar meat industry, lab-grown proteins were upending the way we consume chicken, pork, and beef. With an environmental footprint far smaller than traditional animal agriculture, are cell-cultured and plant-based meat products — now on the menus of major chains like Burger King — still the future of food? Will food science and tech help us make better-informed decisions for our bodies and the planet, or do we need to get back to basics?

Guests:
Sophie Egan, Author, How to Be a Conscious Eater: Making Food Choices That Are Good for You, Others, and the Planet
Chase Purdy, Author, Billion Dollar Burger

Additional Speaker:
Riana Lynn, CEO of Journey Foods

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Climate One

May 07, 2021

Climate Stories We Tell Ourselves on Climate One – Sunday at 8am  

How do our identities and values shape the way we listen to others’ climate experiences? Author Nathaniel Rich and journalist Meera Subramanian cover the hopes, fears, and middle-of-the-night concerns affecting the people living closest to climate change. In Georgia, farmers were convinced that…
April 23, 2021

Living With Climate Disruption on Climate One – Sunday at 8am  

The impacts of climate change may come fast or slow. A wildfire amplified by drought may rip through a town in a matter of hours, or rising seas may take years to destroy a neighborhood. Health impacts may show up in months, or take the form of devastating cancer rates that rise over a decade.…
April 02, 2021

Entrepreneurs Creating an Inclusive Economy on Climate One – Sunday at 8am

As the spring of 2021 arrives, it would be hard to design a more challenging — or more promising — moment for implementing climate solutions. Americans are reeling from an economic shutdown that’s pushed many out of the workforce, and widened the gap between the wealthy and the poor. In this brave…
March 26, 2021

Weird Winters on Climate One – Sunday at 8am

Warmer, shorter winters may sound like an impact of climate change that would inspire more joy than despair. But rising temperatures and decreasing snowpack won’t just transform water supplies and species ranges. It will also disrupt a multi-billion dollar winter sport industry, including the jobs…

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