The world’s population is expected to grow close to 10 billion by 2050. To survive, how we feed ourselves, stay healthy and produce energy has to change.
“We fundamentally have to learn how to live our lives differently. We have to manufacture differently. We have to grow differently, we have to be more effective in the way we do these things. We can’t keep going the way we have.”
Guest bio: Andrew Casey
In his role as President & CEO of BIOTECanada Andrew is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the Association. In this capacity, he is the primary spokesperson for Canada’s biotech industry communicating on the industry’s behalf with government, regulators, international bodies, media and the Canadian public. He also ensures BIOTECanada plays a central role in partnership with Government in the development of policy relating to Canada’s biotech sector and the member companies of BIOTECanada.