2014

April 2014

Discussion paper and presentations from a workshop organised by the Food Climate Research Network

In April 2014 the Food Climate Research Network organised a workshop, funded and...

March 2014

The Food Climate Research Network has published a major new report focusing on China’s changing food system.

Appetite for Change provides a...

February 2014

This paper reviews one aspect of the food sustainability challenge: the goal of producing more food – a goal that is unthinkingly accepted by some and vigorously contested by  others. The paper argues that increased food production is necessary...

2013

September 2013

Achieving food system sustainability is a global priority but there are different views on how it might be achieved. Broadly three perspectives are emerging, defined here as: efficiency oriented, demand restraint and food system transformation....

July 2013

We would like to highlight that our article published in Science  on the 5th July is possible to access without journal subscription. We apologise if you have had...

July 2013

UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD PRESS RELEASE
A policy known as sustainable intensification could help meet the challenges of increasing demands for food from a growing global population, argues a team of scientists in...

July 2013

Following the release last year of the report on ‘Sustainable Intensification in Agriculture’ by the FCRN and the ...

July 2013

The FCRN’s Tara Garnett, and Charles Godfray of Oxford’s Future of Food programme have lead authored a new paper published in Science, written in collaboration with a range of academics.

The summary is available...

January 2013

A new FCRN article – “Food sustainability: problems, perspectives and solutions” –  has been published in the journal Proceedings of the Nutrition Society

Abstract

The global food system makes a significant contribution...

2012

July 2012

The Food Climate Research Network and the Oxford Martin Programme on the Future of Food have jointly published a new report entitled: Sustainable intensification in agriculture. Navigating a course through competing food system priorities....

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