Against a backdrop of rising geopolitical tensions and a rapidly growing global population, food security has shot to the top of the policy agenda, with renewed emphasis on more sustainable food production and consumption.
In the second of this series, Ulrik Fugmann and Edward Lees, co-heads of our Environmental Strategies Group, talk to Andrey Zarur, CEO and co-founder of GreenLight Biosciences, about how his company is using RNA technology to create new methods of controlling pests and protecting food. Andrey also addresses the important role that the asset management industry can play in enabling all of this.
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