A number of global forces — climate change, population growth, food insecurity, and malnutrition — are giving rise to agri-food policy debates. In the centre of all of this lies one very important macronutrient: protein! This presentation reviews the contours of the global “protein problem” and discusses the three main responses to the challenge of sustainable protein.
This presentation will be given in English, followed by a bilingual question-and-answer period.
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Ryan Katz-Rosene is an assistant professor at the University of Ottawa, based at the School of Political Studies and affiliated with the Institute of Environment. He serves as president of the Environmental Studies Association of Canada, and holds research interests in the political economy of climate change, sustainable transport, energy and agriculture (check out his current research project at The Future of Protein). Ryan lives on his family's organic farm in Wakefield, Québec.