Sustainable Protein Challenge Dialogue

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The objective of this Dialogue is to engage a diverse group of stakeholders to share views on the Sustainable Protein challenge – for Manitoba, Canada and the world. The heart of this challenge is to advance new thinking and prioritize approaches to responsibly feed the world in the coming decades.

Our aim is to understand together where the opportunities lie, what the challenges are, who is doing what, and where innovative interventions can be made, by any stakeholder, for scalable impact.

The Sustainable Protein Challenge Paper provides a contextual framework and background on sustainable protein and poses some critical questions. From the initial round of feedback, a Progress Report was generated to share what we learned through the first phase of our Dialogue on sustainable protein. Three emergent themes from the feedback collected were discussed in further detail by key stakeholders during three Deep Dive Sessions. From these discussions, a Summary Report was created, outlining the important topics to inform the next phase of our work in creating an ‘Action and Impact Map’ of the Sustainable Protein landscape.

Everything that is uncovered through this process will be shared with all participants.

If you have any questions or would like this information in an alternate format, please contact Sugantha Nathaniel at Sugantha.Nathaniel@gov.mb.ca.


The objective of this Dialogue is to engage a diverse group of stakeholders to share views on the Sustainable Protein challenge – for Manitoba, Canada and the world. The heart of this challenge is to advance new thinking and prioritize approaches to responsibly feed the world in the coming decades.

Our aim is to understand together where the opportunities lie, what the challenges are, who is doing what, and where innovative interventions can be made, by any stakeholder, for scalable impact.

The Sustainable Protein Challenge Paper provides a contextual framework and background on sustainable protein and poses some critical questions. From the initial round of feedback, a Progress Report was generated to share what we learned through the first phase of our Dialogue on sustainable protein. Three emergent themes from the feedback collected were discussed in further detail by key stakeholders during three Deep Dive Sessions. From these discussions, a Summary Report was created, outlining the important topics to inform the next phase of our work in creating an ‘Action and Impact Map’ of the Sustainable Protein landscape.

Everything that is uncovered through this process will be shared with all participants.

If you have any questions or would like this information in an alternate format, please contact Sugantha Nathaniel at Sugantha.Nathaniel@gov.mb.ca.