The burning issue
While recycling infrastructure remains fragmented and unfit for purpose, much of our waste goes for incineration to produce energy. But what are the pros and cons?
By Jo Gallacher - 8th October 20195
A caterpillar spotted while gleaning a field for leftover crops sparked a conversation around the connection between species, writes Chantelle Norton.
By Chantelle Norton - 2nd March 20210
Make your own frozen mash, keep a stash of herbs or learn how to freeze each type of leafy green in these top tips for how to freeze veg.
By Bob Andrew - 2nd March 20211
Two new campaigns aim to show link between food waste emissions and the climate crisis alongside simple empowering tips to cut back.
By Nina Pullman - 1st March 20210
Once stores have closed, I collect my equipment – a 90-litre backpack, a pair of gloves, two headlamps, and a smartphone – and cycle to my local supermarkets to document and harvest the daily food ‘…
By Matt Homewood - 26th February 20218
The stats about how much food we waste are everywhere, but less talked about is how food waste that ends up on landfill emits methane and contributes to climate change.
By Becky Blench - 26th February 20210
Ever wondered what kitchen scraps you can can and can’t put on your home compost heap? March’s gardening column tracks the final link in the food waste chain.
By Sarah Brown - 26th February 20212
Imagine a warm, sunny, August day. Food in Community’s volunteer gleaning team are harvesting surplus French beans on an organic farm for distribution the…
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