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Unreasonable Impact: Food Solutions is a three-part podcast series on food sustainability. 


Discover the latest in agriculture technology, alternative proteins, and food waste reduction solutions that tackle hunger.


Host Christiana Musk, Chairwoman of Unreasonable Group, interviews pioneering leaders affecting change.


Paid and presented by Barclays and Unreasonable Group.



Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

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Ending Food Waste

Ending Food Waste

2022-11-2127:4219

Every year, around one third of the food produced for human consumption gets wasted – with most of it going to landfill and emitting greenhouse gasses.Yet according to the UN World Food Programme, 957 million people worldwide do not have enough to eat on a regular basis. We need to close the hunger gap. Join host Christiana Musk, Chairwoman at Unreasonable Group, as she sits down with two entrepreneurs who are a part of the Unreasonable Impact community —Jasmine Crowe, CEO of Goodr, and Naomi MacKenzie, Co-CEO of KITRO. They discuss exciting new innovations that can feed more and waste less. Paid and presented by Barclays and Unreasonable Group. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Changing What We Eat

Changing What We Eat

2022-11-2127:475

Raising livestock contributes to an estimated 14.5% of all greenhouse gas emissions worldwide. As a result, there is a rising demand for lower emission protein and milk products. Turns out, there are some innovative food sources out there that just might hit the spot. Join host Christiana Musk, Chairwoman at Unreasonable Group, as she sits down with two entrepreneurs who are a part of the Unreasonable community — Annie Ryu, CEO of The Jackfruit Company, and Fengru Lin, CEO of TurtleTree, a modern cell-based milk company. They talk about why we need to change what we eat, and how what we eat is already changing.Paid and presented by Barclays and Unreasonable Group. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Changing How We Grow

Changing How We Grow

2022-11-2129:286

The stakes couldn’t be higher. As land prices climb and agricultural land reserves shrink, small farmers — who produce the majority of the world’s food — are fighting to survive, with hundreds of millions of farmers around the world struggling to put food on their own tables. Innovation in farming practices can help to foster a more sustainable food future for everyone. Join host Christiana Musk, Chairwoman at Unreasonable Group, as she sits down with two entrepreneurs who are a part of the Unreasonable community — Kate Hofman, Founder and Brand Director of GrowUp Farms, and Alex Eaton, CEO of Sistema.bio. They discuss how their creative farming techniques can benefit farmers, suppliers, and consumers. Paid and presented by Barclays and Unreasonable Group. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Unreasonable Impact: Food Solutions is a three-part podcast series on food sustainability. Discover the latest in agriculture technology, alternative proteins, and food waste reduction solutions that tackle hunger.Host Christiana Musk, Chairwoman of Unreasonable Group, interviews pioneering leaders affecting change.Paid and presented by Barclays and Unreasonable Group. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Unreasonable Impact: Food Solutions is a three-part podcast series on food sustainability. Discover the latest in agriculture technology, alternative proteins, and food waste reduction solutions that tackle hunger.Host Christiana Musk, Chairwoman of Unreasonable Group, interviews pioneering leaders affecting change.Paid and presented by Barclays and Unreasonable Group. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Ardalanbookart🍂

👌🏻

Apr 2nd
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Hoda Karimi

This podcast is a great idea

Feb 20th
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Oso Wallman

as long as there is excess availability there will be little regard. As long as food is percieved as entertainment. we will keep our careless relationship in place

Jan 15th
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