Rare, medium or lab-grown.
What we will be eating in 30 years and where it will come from are major issues facing science and decision-makers worldwide. At a local level, what is the future for primary production-rich countries like Australia?
Vertical urban plots, pastoral labs and aquaculture stockyards are all being explored as the new norm in agricultural practice. Can we convert traditional farming practice through innovation and ingenuity to live more sustainably in our drier and browner land?
In this future-looking discussion, our panel of land-loving experts will explore what’s on the menu for Australians in 2050.
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