Posts Tagged with: resilience

How to KEEP London’s citizens fed and fed well . . .

Posted on 15th July 2018 by Kate Cooper

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.

Community Choices: Changing diets, changing landscapes

Posted on 26th August 2017 by Kate Cooper

This blogpost is an update on our thinking and conversations about how this city could contribute to global food resilience and sustainability through our Community Choices Action Research programme. 

Power outages: How resilient is the food sector?

Posted on 19th November 2015 by Kate Cooper

After hearing a sobering assessment of the UK’s energy security — and the looming energy gap — by Professor Martin Freer way back in January 2012, I wrote the gist of his argument as ‘expect a change in the Climate Change Act 2008 sometime around 2015’ in a blogpost entitled Will the lights go out?

The Government’s Sector Resilience Plans

Posted on 13th November 2015 by Kate Cooper

HM Government publishes “Sector Resilience Plans”. The latest one was published in 2014 and can be found here. The food sector ‘plan’ is on page 11, and reads thus: