Cultivated Meat to Secure Our Future: Hope for Animals, Food Security, and the Environment (Paperback)

Cultivated Meat to Secure Our Future: Hope for Animals, Food Security, and the Environment By Michel Vandenbosch (Editor), Philip Lymbery (Editor), Ira van Eelen (Foreword by) Cover Image

Cultivated Meat to Secure Our Future: Hope for Animals, Food Security, and the Environment (Paperback)

By Michel Vandenbosch (Editor), Philip Lymbery (Editor), Ira van Eelen (Foreword by)

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This provocative book informs, inspires, and opens debates about cultivated meat through an amazing collection of visionary and respected contributors.

Each essay in this collection powerfully presents the latest research and opinions regarding its potential for solving our current planetary crises. Contributors include Isha Datar of New Harvest, Chase Purdy, author of Billion Dollar Burger and Hanna Tuomisto one of the world’s leading researchers in the field of environmental sustainability assessment of cell-cultured food production technologies. Also included is a thought-provoking foreword by Ira van Eelen, daughter of Willem van Eelen  the godfather of cultivated meat, cofounder and CEO of KindEarth.Tech, and cofounder of RESPECTfarms.
Philip Lymbery is Global Chief Executive of Compassion in World Farming International, the leading farm animal welfare environmental organization. He is President of Eurogroup for Animals, the Brussels-based umbrella body Europe’s leading animal welfare societies. And in 2021, Philip was a “Champion for the UN Food Systems Summit” and co-lead of the Summit’s Sustainable Livestock Solutions Cluster. He is also a founding Board member of the World Federation for Animals which represents the animal protection movement at intergovernmental level. Philip is a respected author; his third book, Sixty Harvests Left: How to reach a nature-friendly future was published in 2022.
 
Michel Vandenbosch is Belgium’s best-known animal activist who founded GAIA in 1992. Under his leadership it has become Belgium’s most influential animal welfare and rights organization with over 80,000 members. GAIA has largely contributed to obtain unprecedented legislative measures and court rulings that have made a difference for large numbers of animals in various domains of animal exploitation. GAIA is a long-time board member of Eurogroup for Animals. Michel’s campaigning has included animal suffering in slaughterhouses, horse races, cattle markets, force-feeding for foie gras production, factory farming, animal testing and the fur trade. He is also a founding board member of the World Federation for Animals and a member of the Animal Welfare Advisory Council to the Animal Welfare Minister in Flanders, Wallonia, and Brussels.
 
Product Details ISBN: 9781590566978
ISBN-10: 1590566971
Publisher: Lantern Publishing & Media
Publication Date: October 24th, 2023
Pages: 206
Language: English
“Factory farms cause unacceptable cruelty to sentient animals and major damage to the environment. This book demonstrates that cultivated meat can play an important role in closing them down.”
—Dr. Jane Goodall; DBE, Founder of the Jane Goodall Institute (JGI) and UN Messenger of Peace
 
“Producing meat from animals on the vast scale that is happening now is an environmental disaster and a grave public health risk. Can cultivated meat truly secure our future? Michel Vandenbosch and Philip Lymbery have brought together an impressive group of experts to answer this question.”
—Peter Singer, Professor of Bioethics, Princeton University
 
“A thoughtful and well-edited collection of critical discourse on the impacts of integrating cultivated meat into the food systems solutions toolbox.”
—Robert E. Jones, President, Cellular Agriculture Europe
 
Cultivated Meat to Secure Our Future lives up to its subtitle, offering abundant helpings of hope for animals, food security, climate, and biodiversity. Curated by two of Europe’s most successful advocates for animal protection, this is an inspiring collection of essays by some of the strongest and earliest advocates for and commentators on the scientific endeavor of making real animal meat without the need for live animals.”
—Bruce Friedrich, President & Founder, the Good Food Institute
 
“I transitioned to being an ethical vegan because I couldn’t support the intense cruelty involved in factory farming. That is why I am so excited to read this book. It offers us a real alternative to eating ourselves into extinction because of the destruction caused by intensive animal agriculture to our planet. I mentioned to a friend how thrilled I am by this, and he turned his nose up and said, ‘I don’t trust meat produced in a lab.’ ‘So you prefer the meat, cruelly produced, in the unhygienic conditions of a factory then,’ I asked, and he didn’t reply. However, don’t take my word for it, read this compelling book. It is, in my opinion, the future. Cultivated meat is more humane, it is healthier, and it will ultimately save our wonderful planet.”
—Peter Egan, Actor and Animal Advocate