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The cover of @TIME: the #GreatReset is coming. Swallow the pill, folks, for your own good. The #Davos aristocracy at @wef wants the best for you & is so kind to reset your lives in 2021. No need for democratic consultation, which would but slow down the process of your salvation. Image
Relax! The founder of @wef, Klaus Schwab, has described 'stakeholder capitalism' as his preferred model, positioning 'private corporations as trustees of society' to 'address social and environmental challenges'. time.com/5742066/klaus-…
In 2019, WEF entered into a partnership with the United Nations to accelerate the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development (#sustainabledevelopmentgoals) Its plan is to shape policy proposals through a Fourth Industrial Revolution using the 'URGENCY' credo. weforum.org/press/2019/06/…
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Love #bacon but not jazzed about how it's made, especially after all the news of slaughterhouse workers getting sick, shuttering the facilities, and gassing or overheating pigs to "depopulate" them as a result?

Good news: the future of bacon is on its way. 2 examples below.
First, a new entrant to the #plantbased #bacon scene: @EatHoorayFoods will be launching soon in retail. This product category desperately needed new plant-based #innovation — thrilled to see this launch.

foodnavigator-usa.com/Article/2020/0…
Second, #cultivatedmeat startup @MissionBarns just posted this photo of their #bacon prototype, grown directly from animal cells rather than obtained from animal slaughter.

The #futureoffood can't come soon enough. Image
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Pays-Bas : "Soja, quinoa et pois chiches : les agriculteurs misent sur les protéines végétales".
Les agriculteurs néerlandais répondent à la demande croissante de sources de protéines végétales :
rtlz.nl/business/onder…
#ProtéinesVégétales #Agriculture #FutureOfFood
L'Institut de recherche universitaire Wageningen (WUR) soutient l'intérêt croissant pr les substituts protéiques végétaux par un programme d'investissement : au cours des 4 prochaines années, 5 millions d'euros seront consacrés à la recherche sur la transition protéique.
Le WUR travaille sur de nouvelles technologies, telles que l'amélioration des cultures pour un meilleur rendement en protéines.
L'Institut travaille sur des alternatives saines, savoureuses et écologiques (lentille d'eau par exemple, voir bit.ly/2kwO7pD)
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