Resilience Summit IV
Friday, March 6, 2020
8:45 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
New York City
Plants? Animals? Labs? What is the Future of Meat? – Meat is considered the center of the Standard American Diet with Americans eating four times more meat than the global average. The UN predicts that consumption of animal-based food will rise 80% in the next few decades. This rise in global meat-eating threatens to increase deforestation in the Amazon and other parts of the world. Yet, many people around the world are protein-deficient and nutritionists argue that meat can help fill that need.
This one-day conference will include prominent keynote speakers and panels focusing on Meat and Climate, Consumption and the Future of Protein. The conference will bring together varying perspectives on regenerative and plant-based meat, the relationship between livestock production and climate change, nutrition and consumer diets, the future role of animals in the agricultural system, and how will the world get its protein in the future.
Resilience Summit IV Registration Fees
These fees include access to all sessions and breakfast and lunch at the summit
General admission — $35
Pace alumni — $25
Pace faculty and staff — $10
Pace students — FREE
Conference speakers — FREE
Pace University, New York City Campus
Student Center, 1 Pace Plaza
New York, NY 10038
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