This week Mariann talks to Martin Rowe about his new paper, Beyond the Impossible: The Futures of Plant-Based and Cellular Meats, his work with the Vegan America Project, and his thoughts about the concerns that environmental and whole-food groups have surrounding cellular and plant-based products
Martin Rowe is the co-founder of Lantern Books, and the creator of the Vegan America Project, a semi-autonomous project of Brighter Green, an international public policy “action” tank. As part of the Project, Martin has written Beyond the Impossible: The Futures of Plant-based and Cellular Meat and Dairy, a policy paper that explores the prospects of both industries. Martin is based in Brooklyn, NY.
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