We submitted Our response to the draft London Food Strategy on 5th July 2018. In this blogpost, we point you in the direction of why we said what we did.
Our Response to the draft London Food strategy is in the public domain. Its focus, though, is not for the general public, but for socio-political decision makers, specifically here Sadiq Kahn and his colleagues at London City Hall.
In Our Response to the draft London Food Strategy, we didn’t use the words “sustainability” or “resilience”. And this blogpost is an explanation as to why.
Where, we asked ourselves, should we recommend civic leaders to focus their time and effort given what else is on their agenda? What’s within their power to do?
Our response to the draft London Food Strategy was submitted today, and can be found on our website here.
Look out for graffiti artist Panda creating a work of art in the moment at the Kings Health Dining Club event at Highbury Hall on Sunday 1st July.
Are we, I ask at the start of my presentation to the Government Chemist Conference on 14th June, home sapiens (wise wo/man) or pan narrans, the story-telling ape?
“What we have now is a way of translating something very important and very scary to a lot of people,” said Professor Chris Elliott in an interview after he’d seen the world premiere of The Hand That Feeds; A musical about food crime in Birmingham Bullring one sunny Saturday afternoon in May 2016:
This blogpost is about the kind of activities undertaken by some vested interests in the food network system.
This blogpost gives detailed info associated with my presentation to the Inside Government event Working towards global food security in London on 26th April 2018.