Stop the Rot, a campaign launched by the community interest organisation This is Rubbish, shines a light on the food wasted before it eve...
Is Greece becoming a testing ground for the new realities which many fear that the secretive TTIP deal will bring to Europe?
Libby Bernick of Trucost shares their vision for sustainable business models in the face of resource scarcity
With now less than 100 days to go until the Paris Climate COP, climate change is well and truly back on the global agenda
The FAO is changing and increasingly recognising the wider benefits and problems associated with different food systems
Harry Greenfield navigates his way the proposed reforms and the debate ensuing on all sides EU regulation of organic food production
Could a sugary drinks tax, with proceeds spent on subsidising fruit and vegetables, be the solution to tackling Britain's obesity epidemic?
We report back on this week's Farmers in Parliament event, organised by the All Party Parliamentry Group on Agroecology for Sustainable F...
Alicia Miller shares the difficulties of running a small, mixed farm and being outside of the government's standard model of farming
Why were food and farming issues so absent in the run up to the UK's recent General Election?
A group of organisations has called on the main political parties to do more to protect our natural capital
Hear from John Hilary, Executive Director of War on Want, on why the TTIP negotiations are all for the benefit of big business