How alt-protein companies Impossible Foods, Memphis Meats hope to reshape diets

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How alt-protein companies Impossible Foods, Memphis Meats hope to reshape diets Holly Secon Mon, 11/09/2020 – 01:00 By 2050, nearly 10 billion people will be on the planet. At GreenBiz Group’s virtual clean economy conference VERGE 20 late last month, representatives from two of the biggest alternative protein companies, plant-based Impossible Foods and cell-based Memphis Meats, discussed the ways in which alternative proteins could do just that.

That's billion, with a b

Environmental Economics

In about a dozen interviews, economists, farmers and industry officials said they expected hundreds of millions of dollars in damages including crop and infrastructure destruction in communities along the 740 miles of river that meanders from Memphis to New Orleans. I am going to estimate in the $6 billion to $9 billion range for total damages from Memphis southward to the gulf,” Mr. Hicks said.

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Tennesseans Keep Up the Pressure to Move Beyond Coal

Sierra Club Compass

The Tennessee Valley Authority's Allen coal plant, one of the biggest polluters in Memphis, is feeling the heat, thanks to a strong grassroots turnout by Beyond Coal Campaign organizers and supporters at a recent Shelby County Health Department public hearing.

Imaginedairy engineers milk without the cow

Green Prophet

Memphis Meat, Mosa Meat and Aleph Farms are a few companies looking to break through. Cultured meat is meat produced by in vitro cell culture of animal cells, instead of from slaughtered animals. It is a form of cellular agriculture.

That might be the only snake that doesn't strike fear into Tim

Environmental Economics

A team of nine inspectors, supported by two special agents and three administrative employees, examined 12,292 shipments passing through Louisville last year, the fifth-most among 18 wildlife ports, behind Memphis, Tenn.; People always ask me what is so great about Louisville? From monkey skin coats to ivory pool cues to endangered-snake wine, Louisville International Airport has become a main battleground in America’s fight to halt wildlife smuggling.

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The Wool Carder bee – and why it’s one of my favourites

Low Impact

Main image by Melissa McMasters from Memphis, TN, United States / CC BY. Which are your favourite species of bee? For Nick Mann of Habitat Aid, ranking high among them is the Wool Carder bee.

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Cultivated Meat Likely to Make Up 40% of Future Meat Intake, say Americans polled

Green Prophet

Lab-grown meat on the market includes companies like Memphis Meats, Mosa Meat and Aleph Farms. . Consumers envision cultivated meat to be a significant part of the meat market; Study reveals compelling support among young Britons and Americans.

More on Shogren

Environmental Economics

In 2012, the band won the Wyoming Blues Challenge, going on to represent the Cowboy State at the International Blue Challenge in Memphis. Make sure that you click the link in Tim's most recent post. If you don't, here is a sample of what you are missing: Shogren has become a staple of the Wyoming music scene in recent years. He is a common sight onstage at festivals like NoWoodstock, What Fest and Snowy Range.

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I Have A Dream

Environmental News Network

Before his untimely death Martin Luther King was protesting basic enviromental issues like poor housing conditions in Chicago, Illinois and Sanitation conditions in Memphis, Tennessee. Though Martin Luther King Jr. may be best known for his influence on the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and The Voting Rights Act of 1965, he was also an early leader in the Environmental Justice movement.

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Three Lessons Environmentalists Can Learn from Martin Luther King, Jr.

Cool Green Science

In re-reading “Letter from a Birmingham Jail,” I’m reminded of a conference I attended in Memphis a few years back. Mark Tercek is the president and CEO of the Nature Conservancy and author of Nature’s Fortune. Follow Mark on Twitter: @ MarkTercek. A day devoted to honoring Martin Luther King, Jr., seems especially appropriate this year.

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Tennessee Activists Use Kayaks in Demand to Move Beyond Coal

Sierra Club Compass

In conjunction with the Sierra Club's release of a major report on Big Coal's water pollution last week , Tennessee activists -- using the opportunity to highlight the pollution from coal plants operated by the Tennessee Valley Authority -- took to the kayaks, floating on the Cumberland River in downtown Nashville and McKellar Lake in Memphis with signs that read, "Let's move TVA beyond coal." Sometimes it's best to take a kayak to a coal fight.

Ancient Egyptian spider art celebrating the god of weaving?

Green Prophet

Egypt at that time was divided in two kingdoms; the Upper Kingdom with its capital at Thebes; and the lower kingdom, with its capital Memphis, now Cairo. Egypt can offer more to desert tourists than camels : In the ancient land of the Pharaohs, desert-dwelling invertebrates have often been part of Egyptian folklore, including scarab or dung beetles which are known to navigate by the stars. Now spiders join the story.

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What the Conservation Movement Can Learn from Martin Luther King, Jr.

Cool Green Science

I’m reminded of a conference I attended in Memphis a few years back. Mark Tercek is the president and CEO of The Nature Conservancy and author of Nature’s Fortune: How Business and Society Thrive By Investing in Nature. You can follow Mark on Twitter @MarkTercek. Let us not wallow in the valley of despair.”. I’ve been thinking of these words this week, as we mark the 50th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s s “I Have a Dream” speech.

The 20th Anniversary of the Environmental Justice Executive Order

Sierra Club Compass

EJCP has worked closely with communities in: Appalachia, Detroit, El Paso, Flagstaff, Memphis, Minneapolis, New Orleans, Puerto Rico and Washington DC. On a very snowy winter's day February 11, 1994, President Clinton signed a historic executive order: EO 12898, "Federal Actions to Address Environmental Justice in Minority Populations."

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David Keeps Winning: 10 Recent Victories That Will Give You Hope for the Planet

Sierra Club Compass

Tennessee: The Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) announced in August that it will retire the Allen coal plant in Memphis , which emits thousands of tons of pollutants in the air every year. That's the word I repeated over and over this summer, as news rolled in of one clean energy victory after another. These are David and Goliath campaigns, led by community groups fighting for the health of their families, for clean air and water, and for a safe climate.

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Best US cities for vegans and vegetarians for World Vegetarian Day

AGreenLiving

Memphis, Tennessee 92. Vegetarians and vegans frequently discuss the best cities to live in or visit, because it’s easier to enjoy a place when there are restaurants and activities that match your preferences. WalletHub’s new study , “Best Cities for Vegetarians and Vegans,” uses a variety of sources and statistics to rank the 100 biggest American cities for affordability, diversity, accessibility and quality, vegetarian lifestyle and overall rank.

The Right Stuff for U.S. Water Resources

Cool Green Science

In Memphis, the Corps recently honored the lifelong efforts of Grugett by christening a new towboat the Motor Vessel George C. There is no force more powerful than gravity at work on the Mississippi River. But for over a half century, George C. Grugett has been a close second. In fact, during the record-breaking flood of 2011, one could say Grugett and colleagues proved they could defy gravity—at least temporarily—as the U.S.

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David Keeps Winning: Game-Changing Month for Clean Energy

Sierra Club Compass

" - Tennessee: The Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) announced it will retire the Allen coal plant in Memphis , which emits thousands of tons of pollutants in the air every year. That's the word I've been repeating over and over this month, as news has rolled in of one clean energy victory after another. These are David and Goliath campaigns, led by community groups fighting for the health of their families, for clean air and water, and for a safe climate.

Is Light Pollution The End of Arabian Nights?

Green Prophet

When the ancient Egyptians saw Sirius rise with the sun, they knew the Nile would soon overflow its banks at Memphis. The winter constellations of Orion, Canis Major and Taurus display an ocean of stars when viewed from Semnan, Iran. What if no one had ever witnessed the beauty of a dark night sky? The ancient light of distant stars inspired Middle Eastern art, mythology and science.

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Big Clean Air Victory in Indianapolis

Sierra Club Compass

21 announcement that TVA's Allen plant in Memphis will be retired, the Beyond Coal campaign has helped retire 178 coal plants and 503 boilers since the campaign launched in 2010.].

A Black History Lesson in Environmental Justice & What To Do Moving Forward

Sierra Club Compass

lead the striking of the sanitation workers in Memphis, TN, which was the civil and human rights movement that would soon become known to many as environmental racism. A new generation of kids is becoming more dependent on "fast-food" and "smart phones," rather than understanding the importance of "perseverance" and "patience."

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How Climate Change Will Rob You Blind

Eco Friendly Daily

The climate of Detroit will feel more like Memphis, TN. The effects of climate change are not just intangible results of rising ocean levels or warmer summers. They carry a definite impact that you and the global economy will feel in your pocketbook. The costs are steep and certain to strain an already unstable economy. Identifying the Costs. According to a report by the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC), four areas will account for some of the greatest costs incurred worldwide.

Go paperless, Go Green? Most consumers don’t believe it. It’s time for companies to quit saying it.

Green (Living) Review

Kathi Rowzie is a Two Sides guest blogger and a sustainability communications consultant with The Gagliardi Group in Memphis, Tennessee. It’s clear that just about everybody thinks “go paperless, go green” marketing is ultimately about cost savings – a perfectly legitimate corporate goal – so why not just say that? Does is make good business sense to continue making unfounded claims about the sustainability of paper (aka greenwashing) if most consumers don’t believe them?

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Things To Know About Dubai

Green Prophet

Memphis Tours offers a great deal of Dubai travel packages. The Middle East is full of countries to visit, places to see, authentic markets to explore yet few destinations are able to seamlessly blend the old with the new like Dubai. One of the most populated emirates of the UAE (United Arab Emirates) Dubai has become a go-to-travel destination in the Middle East. You can explore the various Dubai Travel Packages to tour and enjoy the fascinating places of Dubai. Dubai has a lot to offer.

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How Palestine’s UNESCO Membership Could Affect Middle East Heritage Sites

Green Prophet

Memphis and its Necropolis – the Pyramid Fields from Giza to Dahshur. Akko in Israel is just one important World Heritage Site in the Middle East region that could suffer from the United States’ decision to withhold funding to UNESCO following the admittance of Palestine as a member state.

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Recycle Scrap Metal and Go Green

Green Living Ideas

Almost all major industrialized cities whether it’s San Jose or Memphis or any other city have taken up metal management seriously. Recycle. The word is ubiquitous, found in leaflets, magazines, newspapers, and seen everywhere on TV. When we talk of recycling, we usually think of plastics, glass, paper, clothing, or furniture, because these are things we recycle most often. But did you know that you can recycle metal too?

The Fracking Frenzy's Impact on Women | PR Watch

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But another paper to be presented at the San Diego conference by University of Memphis seismologist Stephen Horton concludes that the November quake was "possibly triggered" by nearby waste injection wells. Skip to Main Content Area. Contact Us. News Feeds. Podcasts. Privacy Policy. RSS Feeds. Volunteer. Optional Member Code. Sign up. Reports Lisa Graves. Mary Bottari. Brendan Fischer. Rebekah Wilce. Harriet Rowan. Contributing Writers Beau Hodai. Jill Richardson. Wendell Potter.

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At an all-time low

Green (Living) Review

Memphis (no, not the one Tennessee), Babylon, Ur, Lagash, Nineveh, and Avaris were all the largest, richest cities in the world in their days. An assessment of practical skill levels in present day western culture by Michael Smith (Veshengro) OK! Let’s get one thing clear right from the outset. I do like technology, otherwise I would not be online and be publishing online and in E-books.

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Where are they now? Catch up with 30 Under 30 alumni

AGreenLiving

Idicula Mathew (2019) Founder and CEO, Hera Health Solutions; Memphis Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, our team at Hera Health Solutions has been closely interacting with leaders in the industry to build strategies and innovations that will outlast to redefine the new normal in healthcare. Where are they now?

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Back to the Future

Sightline Daily

Janet works in a clinic that serves low-income women in Memphis, Tennessee, where top-tier birth control is available with no copay, thanks to a local foundation called A Step Ahead. Pregnant silhouette by Stefan Pasch used under CC BY-NC-SA 2.0 More than 80 percent of teen pregnancies are accidents.

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