- Ecological Land Co-operative’s Share Offer: Last chance to invest
- Conference Announcement: London October 5 & 6 2017
- For sustainability, growth, environment let’s talk of love, conviviality and the planet
- Select Committee report on food waste: is Neil Parrish MP suggesting we bring back swill?
- Nature Plants on use of pesticides and arable productivity and profitability
Category Archives: The Changing Scene
There’s just one week to go to invest in the Ecological land Cooperatives The community share offer to raise investment in affordable farms for new entrants to #farming. You can … Read on
Extinction and Livestock: Moving to a flourishing food system for wildlife, farm animals and us. Compassion in World Farming in partnership with WWF are holding an international conference this autumn not … Read on
This week’s Start the Week (BBC Radio 4 May 1) with Wendell Berry, Paul Kingsnorth and Kate Raworth could make you think there’s hope for us all. . .
Chair of the Select Committee on Environment Food and Rural Affairs, Neil Parrish MP, commenting on their new report Food Waste in England (published April 30 2017), had this to say … Read on
Martin Lechenet, Fabrice Dessaint, Guillaume Py, David Makowski and Nicolas Munier-Jolain from the National Institute for Agricultural Research (INRA) and Agrosolutions in France recently published a research letter in Nature Plants (March 1 2017, … Read on
Really good news: following their successful first three smallholdings at Greenham Reach, Devon, ELC has purchased some land in Lewis, Sussex, and is now launching a Share Offer to purchase … Read on
According to Rob Wallace, advisor to the Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy contrary to government departments and big industry it’s not wildfowl that are to blame but the “economic … Read on
Published on Jan 3 2017, this report was written by Miles King et al of “People Need Nature” Called “A Pebble in the Pond: Opportunities for farming, food and nature … Read on
This piece in today’s Guardian by Olivier De Schutter and Emile Frison, spells out the dangers of the so-called “technological advances” in industrial agriculture. That they “simply give industrial agriculture … Read on
This piece in the NYT (Dec 31 2016) describes what is now common practice in universities that take money from industry: “scientists deliver outcomes favorable to companies, while university research … Read on