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The government’s hands-off approach to diets is severely out of date – we need more help to eat better and a food system that supports that, writes Soil Association campaigns advisor Cathy Cliff.
Psychologist, author and former Bake Off finalist Kimberley Wilson tells Hugh Thomas of the unrecognised impact of processed food on our health and what to do about it.
People are being urged to write to MPs for support after historic turnout to protest a court win by a wealthy Dartmoor landowner reignites land access debate.
Gardens offer us food, medicine and places to turn waste into a resource but they are not a solution to the cost-of-living crisis, writes Poppy Okotcha.
Feeling anxious can be a default setting as the cost of the climate crisis to people and planet grows. How can we channel it into positive action? Becky Blench finds out.
Issue 12: Fairness and five years.
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