Ellis: Politics versus reality
As Brexit day looms, Wicked Leeks' cartoonist Ellis gives his take on what politicians think of food production versus the reality.
By Ellis - 12th March 20190
Lifestyle changes are certainly welcome, but the scale of change required for us to avert ecological disaster can only be made by governments and fossil fuel multinationals, writes Tom McDonough.
By Tom McDonough - 16th August 20191
Can we simply steal from the Italians? They see food as their identity, a friend and even a work of art, writes Joe Atkins.
By Joe Atkins - 15th August 20191
Some growers in Yorkshire and Lincolnshire have lost much of this year’s brassica crop after extreme rainfall causes flooding in fields.
By Nina Pullman - 15th August 20190
With the right conditions, it is possible to throw enough soil into the rows to bury emerging weeds without smothering the crop, achieving almost complete weed control without any hand work.
By Guy Singh-Watson - 15th August 20190
From July to early October is the season for fresh corn – deliciously sweet, golden like the sun and bursting with flavour. Read our favourite recipes and enjoy summer sweetcorn at its best.
By Becky Marshall - 12th August 20190
The only thing being recycled this summer is a story about how rubbish eco straws are, but why?, asks Lucy Siegle.
By Lucy Siegle - 9th August 20190
At the beginning of 2018, our family set a bullish goal to reduce our plastic use at home by 80 per cent. It wasn’t easy. But a year later, we’re doing it, and…
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