What we eat - Our diet as the savior of the future

Vegan, vegetarian or the decision for pescetarianism to protect or replace certain animal groups, flexitarianism with a penchant for conscious consumption, or seasonal and regional throughout as a guiding and life motto? The way we eat not only affects our health and well-being, but directly affects the climate, both positively and negatively. Scientists warn us, among other things, about the horrendous greenhouse gas emissions that are a direct result of livestock farming. For example, both farmed and plant-based alternatives are appearing on the market to replace meat as a solution. At the same time, we are struggling with the global problem of food waste. The discourse of regionality as well as seasonality also focuses on the targeted product selection of food suppliers and confronts them with social and economic challenges. About it discuss with Nina Hochrainer (FM4): Sepp Schellhorn (restaurateur), Dr. Ingrid Kiefer (AGES), Simon Jacko (happy plates), Alessandro Piccinini (Nespresso), Kris Gasteratos (Cellular Agriculture Society) and Iris Braun (SHARE).