In Fodder this week: The World Resources Institute outlines many solutions for feeding 10 billion people sustainably - the UK’s agricultural laws and pesticide regulations could change after Brexit - crab fishermen are suing fossil fuel companies, arguing that climate change is damaging their livelihoods - and “natural climate solutions” such as reforestation could offset 21% of the United States’ greenhouse gas emissions.
Blog post: Christian Reynolds discusses - Hacknights: a new way to explore food, diet and sustainability issues – and to get people talking!
Featured report: Grazed and Confused? It is safe to say that the debate over grass-fed meat has left people either polarised or confused. Is grass-fed better or is it worse for the climate? What’s actually true?
Blog post: Anke Brons discusses - Inclusive sustainable diets in the multi-ethnic city
Project: Plating up Progress? A collaborative project to define usable metrics for assessing food industry progress in delivering sustainable and healthy diets.