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
Author of the National Food Strategy Henry Dimbleby has said he is “very worried” that new trade deals jeopardise the chance for a sustainable food transformation in the UK.
By Nina Pullman - 22nd October 20210
This Halloween Louise Gray is making sure her pumpkin is for eating, not just carving
By Louise Gray - 21st October 20210
New data suggests Brits are eating less red but more white meat, despite campaigns seeking to inform around soy in poultry feed linked to deforestation.
By Nina Pullman - 21st October 20210
Make your own Halloween-themed seasonal feast with these recipes for pumpkin fritters, spiced curry or warming salads, or try madeleines with pumpkin custard and cinnamon meringue.
By Emily Muddeman - 21st October 20214
This week in the polytunnels, we’ve finished picking the very last cherry tomatoes, which means I can no longer pretend to myself that it’s still summer.
By Ed Scott - 21st October 20210
Wrongly associated with the effects of marijuana, hemp is a highly sustainable crop that can be used for food, textiles or building materials. We find out more.
By Wicked Leeks - 15th October 20215
Trade deals opening the door to countries with high carbon footprints and huge biodiversity loss risks destroying the UK’s potential transformation to a truly…
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