Why aren’t we tackling the potentially catastrophic threats to our food system? Continue reading
Taxation is really interesting. Oh yes it is.
In 1940, Britain was at war. The British Isles surrounded by water. Dependant on imports that couldn’t get through. Shortages everywhere. Continue reading
Parveen Mehta of Minor Weir and Willis talks in this brief video interview about the global competition for food.
Our horizon scanning project identified five areas of opportunity for business, including local ones here in Birmingham. They are: Continue reading
What’s stopping humanity tackling the threats we’re facing?
The Rockefeller Foundation-Lancet Commission on Planetary Health asked just this question. Continue reading
The word S C A R E D is an acronym: Supply, Cost, Added value, Realism, Eating and Demand Continue reading
What Michael Gove didn’t say in this speech to the Oxford Farming Conference yesterday was far more significant than what he did.
He didn’t say a word about food security.
Yet food shortages, and looming food insecurity can be clearly seen already, even here in the UK. Continue reading