Members of team SFT report back on the Savory Institute's recent international conference
Can urban growing provide enough food to feed our ever expanding cities? Rachel Dring explores the rooftop revolution
Over the past few weeks, the SFT has been challenging the notion of the 'eat less meat' message. Read both sides of the debate here
In our on-going series on 'what meat to eat?' Richard Young responds in detail to the challenges posed by the Food Climate Research Network
Tara Garnett, from the Food Climate Research Network, responds to our blog on why we think the UK needs to eat more, not less red meat
Patrick Holden and Owsley Brown discuss why our connection to the Earth is key to understanding the food systems we need
Sustainable farming relies on the complexity and diversity of different plants, animals and organisms. Patrick Holden helps to explain th...
Fred Kirschenmann discusses USDA organic certification, the trouble milking 50,000 cows and the emerging market of memory, romance and trust
Tristram Stuart, author and food waste campaigner, delves into the shocking data of the global food waste scandal and the far-reaching im...
Could farming the desert be a potential answer to increasing food production in the developing world?
Tom Levitt explores 'meat-centric' diets and intensive livestock farming, and argues that unless we take action, it will be the poorest o...
A new blight resistant GM potato has been hailed as a success, but what about the alternatives? We investigate the non-GM options