To enable a transition to more sustainable food systems we work in three principle areas:
Leadership and Collaboration – Influencing individuals and organisations in leadership positions, collaborating with others who share our vision
Research and Policy – Using sound evidence to advocate better policy and practice, conducting or collaborating on research to advance our understanding of the change that is needed
Communications – Encouraging and empowering individual and collective action through engagement across all platforms, including press, website, newsletter, film and social media. We regularly organise events that bring people together to share knowledge and ideas
We use our influence to advocate food production systems that are diverse and integrated, those that work with natural systems and obey the law of return so they can be truly regenerative to the earth, and its plants, animals and people.
To this end, we are currently focusing on a number of key themes and issues, that each have a unique and crucial role to play in increasing understanding or creating more sustainable food systems. You can find out more about these, along with a wide range of additional related topics, via the links below.