Charlotte describes how a Kent farmer is working to find farm-made fertiliser from the by-products of his mixed farm near Ashford
Juliet Blackburn reviews Philip Lymbery’s 2018 book detailing the threat to the earth’s wildlife posed by our systems of intensive farming.
The government’s food strategy is no strategy at all, according to Teece Callis in her latest article on healthy feeding of the British.
With its blockade of Odesa has Russia set out to starve the world? In this article Mike Phillips considers Ukraine’s options in the Black Sea.
In the spring of 1933, 17 people died of hunger every minute, more than 1 000 every hour, and almost 24 500 every day.
Everyone needs food to survive, yet we as a country actively decrease our food security by not taking food production seriously
Brussels sprouts were cultivated in the 13th century in significant numbers around the area of Brussels whence their name was derived.
For the next two weeks, the French authorities will discuss with the EU representatives of the other 27 countries to see if a diplomatic solution can be found. But, if not, the fishing boss threatens actions will be taken against the British, not blocking the port, but stopping British goods.
cattle movement regulations. They are concerned that the Government is undertaking the cull without real evidence that it is working. In 2008, a scientific research paper entitled, Bovine TB: The Scientific Evidence stated, “we conclude that badger culling cannot meaningfully contribute to the future control of cattle TB in Britain.”
What is seasonality anyway? Is eating seasonally really better? And is seasonality the same as sustainability?