18-19 NOVEMBER 2023

Current meat production is unsustainable and inefficient. It is a key driver of climate change, environmental degradation, and antibiotic-resistant disease. Yet, these facts have not sparked significant behavior change: People are eating more meat than ever around the world, with meat consumption expected to double by 2050. Learn how Israel is leading the charge for a more sustainable, healthier and just food system for all.


Session holder

Miriam Kalman is a business analyst at the Good Food Institute Israel (GFI Israel), a science-based nonprofit, aimed at accelerating alternative protein research and innovation in Israel. Prior to joining GFI, Miriam served as an analyst in the financial division of consulting agency Adkit. Miriam holds a B.A in Psychology and Philosophy from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.


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