Is Singapore’s approval of lab-grown meat a win for the climate?

Something new is on the menu at 1880, a members-only club in downtown Singapore.

The restaurant is the first in the world to sell to the public cultured meat, also known as lab-grown meat — developed in a lab and grown in a facility without having to raise or slaughter a live animal.

The cultured meat industry enjoyed a global first earlier this month when a San Francisco-based start-up won regulatory approval to sell its cultured chicken in Singapore, making the Southeast Asian city-state the first nation in the world to approve this meat alternative.

“They had a really rigorous and thoughtful regulatory process,” said Josh Tetrick, co-founder of Eat


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