A right to food at Christmas
How could a right to food enshrined in law halt the rising demand on food banks? Megan Tatum reports.
By Megan Tatum - 18th December 20190
By training families to farm sustainably, the new Send a Cow and Tusk campaign hopes to alleviate hunting pressures on Uganda's Murchison Falls national park.
By Guy Singh-Watson - 23rd January 20200
This Scottish feast is the perfect way to banish the winter blues – with haggis, neeps and tatties, and other hearty Scottish dishes washed down with a dram or two.
By Becky Marshall - 23rd January 20200
An obsessive attention to waste, absolute efficiency and micro supply chains – could a Marie Kondo-approach to farming hold the key to sustainability?
By Anna Turns - 22nd January 20200
New project from Send a Cow and Tusk, and matched by government funding, will offer training in sustainable farming to replace poaching in Uganda.
By Nina Pullman - 20th January 20200
Ellis on George Monbiot's prediction of the end of all farming as we know it and 'Apocalypse Cow'.
By Ellis - 17th January 20201
Government confirms new farm subsidies will be based on environmental protection in new Agriculture Bill.
By Nina Pullman - 16th January 20202
A Game of Thrones actor has crouched in a metal cage in London’s busy Oxford Circus to highlight the “horrific” welfare standards of factory-farmed pork and…
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