To advance humanity’s transition to a sustainable, equitable and resilient food future.
Not only do the world’s intensive agriculture production systems draw heavily on earth's natural capital, they are also responsible for substantial environmental degradation including excessive greenhouse gas emissions, degraded water quality, excessive freshwater usage and substantial biodiversity loss.
Having already reached their limits of efficiency, there is no scenario in which these intensive industrial food production systems can feed the burgeoning world population, projected to reach 10 billion by 2050.
We must act now to reimagine how we produce food for our future. There really is a better way.
There really is
a better way.
Jooules breaks the
bond between food
and an increasingly
Humanity has used the power of microbes to create, enhance and preserve foods for thousands of years. Microbes help us to do everything from making bread and wonderful cheeses to brewing beer and making wine.
We are now entering the age of cellular agriculture
At Jooules we are working with some very special microbes to help us solve some of our planet-scale problems.