After Memphis Meats recently closed the largest funding moment in the history of the cultured meat industry, we’re now one step closer to a sustainable food industry. It’s exciting to see how clean meat companies like Memphis Meats are focused on making a positive change and it’s great to see further backing from some of the world’s top investors, meat industry leaders and groups.
Recently I came to hear via CNN Climate that the Wörthersee Football Stadium in Austria has been transformed into a lush forest. It’s a great example of how art can push social change forward. I’m glad that I’m able to share these photographs of the project with you. Let me introduce you to the For Forest Art Installation from Klaus Littman.
Okay, this is another thing I haven’t seen before, seedballs that are planted by throwing them from the air. I came across this video from the Instagram of Leonardo Dicaprio on which is shown how Kenyans are replanting vanishing forests in an extraordinary way. Read on if you want to learn more about planting trees in Kenya.
Plastic might be not so fantastic, but Mr. Trash Wheel is perhaps the local next best thing. Lately I’ve found this great philanthropic idea to change cities for the better. Mr. Trash Wheel from Baltimore is basically a vessel powered by solar sells and water wheels, that removes trash from the water.