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Battle of the burger
Impossible Burger and Beyond Meat are leading the way in the plant-based burger market. But which one is more sustainable? Emily Monaco investigates.
By Emily Monaco - 24th September 20191
Campaign to mark International Biodiversity Day asks gardeners to leave part of their gardens wild to protect habitats as protection of nature climbs agenda.
By Nina Pullman - 22nd May 20200
A network of insect-friendly corridors is helping repair biodiversity loss by allowing them to move between habitats and adapt to new conditions caused by climate change.
By Anna Turns - 21st May 20201
With the weather warming up, it’s a great time to celebrate with simple salads featuring the fresh summer flavours that are gradually appearing.
By Becky Marshall - 21st May 20200
Getting past the idea of infinite choice, and accepting what is available, is a huge mindset shift that could move into all areas of consumerism.
By Nina Pullman - 20th May 20202
The government has voted down key amendments to the Agriculture Bill to limit its obligations on food standards and environmental protections as post-Brexit trade talks continue.
By Ben Elraes - 20th May 20200
The third issue of Wicked Leeks magazine, published digitally for free, covers the unprecedented impact of coronavirus across food delivery, cooking habits and farming.
By Nina Pullman - 20th May 20200
People are being encouraged to ‘un-garden’ this bank holiday weekend by leaving some areas of their garden wild and help protect wildlife habitats. The…
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