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How does cultivated meat
benefit our planet?

Carbon footprint

from production to supply

You can help fight climate change while eating delicious meat. About 11-19% of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions are caused by animal agriculture⁽¹⁾. The entire supply chain produces a significant amount of GHGs, including methane from cow burps and carbon dioxide from making feed.

Cultivated meat is expected to reduce these emissions compared to traditional methods of meat production. A study has shown that using renewable energy, such as solar, to produce and deliver cultivated meat (hereinafter assuming the same condition) can decrease the carbon footprint (the total amount of GHGs produced directly and indirectly) by up to 92% compared to conventional cattle farming⁽²⁾.
Are there other environmental benefits besides reduced GHG emissions?

Land Consumption

Water Consumption

Since fewer animals are needed for meat production, less land and water are needed for them and their feed.

First, cultivated meat requires 90% less land than traditional cattle farming⁽³⁾! Currently, 77% of the planet’s arable land is used for animal agriculture⁾. If cultivated meat becomes popular, we can potentially free up some of that land for the environment, such as planting forests.

Also, freshwater use is predicted to be 66% less than what is needed to produce conventional beef
⁽⁵⁾. At Tissenbiofarm, we're working hard to save even more water.
Does the production process require a lot of energy?
Keeping the environment where cells grow (i.e. cultivator) at the right temperature can take a lot of energy.

In preparation to tackle it, TissenBioFarm is devising a smarter, more sustainable temperature maintenance system.

We also plan to actively utilize renewable energy, aiming for RE100 
(100% of electricity from renewable sources).

Sources


(1) The Breakthrough Institute, 2023, Livestock Don’t Contribute 14.5% 

of Global Greenhouse Gas Emissions

(2) Good Food Institute, 2023, 

The Environmental Impact 

of Cultivated Meat Production           

(3) Ibid.                

(4) Our World in Data, 2019, 

Environmental Impacts of Food Production

(5) Good Food Institute, 2023, 

The Environmental Impact 

of Cultivated Meat Production

How does cultivated meat benefit our planet?
You can help fight climate change while eating delicious meat.
About 11-19% of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions are caused by animal agriculture⁽¹⁾. The entire supply chain produces a significant amount of GHGs, including methane from cow burps and carbon dioxide from making feed.
Cultivated meat is expected to reduce these emissions compared to traditional methods of meat production. A study has shown that using renewable energy, such as solar, to produce and deliver cultivated meat (hereinafter assuming the same condition) can decrease the carbon footprint (the total amount of GHGs produced directly and indirectly) by up to 92% compared to conventional cattle farming⁽²⁾. 
Are there other environmental benefits
besides reduced GHG emissions?
Since fewer animals are needed for meat production, less land and water are needed for them and their feed.

First, cultivated meat requires 90% less land than traditional cattle farming⁽³⁾! Currently, 77% of the planet’s arable land is used for animal agriculture⁾. If cultivated meat becomes popular, we can potentially free up some of that land for the environment, such as planting forests.

Also, freshwater use is predicted to be 66% less than what is needed to produce conventional beef⁽⁵⁾. At Tissenbiofarm, we're working hard to save even more water.
Does the production process
require a lot of energy?
Keeping the environment where cells grow (i.e. cultivator) at the right temperature can take a lot of energy.
In preparation to tackle it, TissenBioFarm is devising a smarter, more sustainable temperature maintenance system.
We also plan to actively utilize renewable energy, aiming for RE100
(100% of electricity from renewable sources).

Sources


(1) The Breakthrough Institute, 2023, Livestock Don’t Contribute 14.5% of Global Greenhouse Gas Emissions                

(2) Good Food Institute, 2023, The Environmental Impact of Cultivated Meat Production           

(3) Ibid.

(4) Our World in Data, 2019, Environmental Impacts of Food Production                                              

(5) Good Food Institute, 2023, The Environmental Impact of Cultivated Meat Production

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Branch | No. C904, 150, Yeongdeungpo-ro, Yeongdeungpo-gu, Seoul, Republic of Korea

Tel | +82 2-6956-3023

E-mailinfo@tissenbiofarm.com

Address 

HQ ㅣ No. 315, 66-1, Yunghapgisul-ro, Heunghae-eup, Buk-gu, Pohang-si, Gyeongsangbuk-do, Republic of Korea


Branch | No. C904, 150, Yeongdeungpo-ro, Yeongdeungpo-gu, Seoul, Republic of Korea


Tel | +82 2-6956-3023


E-mail | info@tissenbiofarm.com