Articles by Contributing Writer Adrienne Day
This startup says seaweed is the secret to a better faux burger — and a healthier climate
The same stuff you see wrapped around sushi can make fake meat look, cook, and taste like the real thing — and help save the planet, too.
He’s helping Georgia move away from its polluting past
2018 Fixer Nathaniel Smith joins the leadership council of Drawdown Georgia, which hopes to “crowdsolve” innovative ways of cutting the state’s carbon impact.
How one man’s philosophy of data and food science could help save the planet
Oliver Zahn once pondered the nature of the cosmos. Now he’s using machine learning to build plant-based proteins that taste just like meat — and cheese.
In a boon for the climate, philanthropists are making it rain for cleantech innovators
Securing funding for market-based climate solutions used to be a tough sell. Then Sarah Kearney stepped in.