Seren Kell

After decades of warnings from scientists and activists, world leaders have slowly begun to recognize climate change for what it is: a global emergency. Reducing methane emissions—which trap 86 times more heat in the atmosphere than carbon dioxide and are responsible for nearly 20% of global warming—was a top priority at the COP 26 climate change conference last year.

Yet remarkably, throughout these high-profile climate talks, we rarely heard mention of the industry responsible for producing mor…

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Seren Kell is science and technology manager at The Good Food Institute Europe ([email protected]).

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