The Agrarian Revolution: Opportunities in Alternative Proteins
The Agrarian Revolution is coming. Alternative proteins are not just possible but necessary if humanity is to feed itself without killing the planet. This event will bring together scientists, investors, policy makers and businesses to address the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead.
Jim Mellon. Jim Mellon is a British entrepreneur and author with interests in a variety of sectors through the Burnbrae Group, his private investment company. His latest book is Moo's Law: An Investor's Guide to the New Agrarian Revolution, which is about the science (and investment opportunities) of cellular agriculture and alternative proteins.
Bruce Friedrich. Bruce Friedrich is cofounder and executive director of The Good Food Institute (GFI), an international nonprofit that is fostering a sustainable, healthy and just agricultural system through food innovation. With branches in the United States, India, Israel, Brazil, Europe and Asia Pacific, GFI is accelerating the production of plant-based and cell-based meat, eggs and dairy in order to bolster the global protein supply while protecting our environment, promoting global health and preventing food insecurity and animal cruelty.
Anthony Chow. Anthony heads Agronomics (LON:ANIC), a publicly-listed investment company specialising in cellular agriculture companies. He is a long-time business associate of Jim Mellon’s, having worked with his family office Burnbrae Group investing in early stage investment opportunities for over 13 years. He is a board member/observer of a number of early stage companies in biopharma and cellular agriculture, including LegenDairy Foods, Solar Foods, New Age Meats and Meatable.