The first article from Food First’s newest series, Lessons from Australia’s Bushfires, focusing on the voices, insights and knowledge of Australian farmers and Traditional Owners who are on the frontlines of climate change. As people start rebuilding their lives and the Australian landscape slowly begins to regenerate, it is time for the global community to reflect on our collective, long-term responsibilities for the health of our planet and humanity’s future.
Read the full article at Food First
The future of the United Kingdom’s food system is currently up in the air. A number of food reports and manifestos are calling for new visions and policies that ensure the future of food and farming move in a sustainable direction.
Read my full article on Sustainable Food Trust
Food has transformed so radically over the last two generations, so much so that our great-grandparents wouldn’t recognise most of the products in a modern supermarket. Will food continue down a path of technological transformation so that we won’t be able to recognise it in 20 or 30 years time?
Read my full article on The Northsider