Posts Tagged with: sustainability

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.

Aiming for the narrow space between complacency and impotent terror or despair

Posted on 16th January 2018 by Caroline Hutton

There is a narrow space between on one side being jolted out of complacency and on the other, impotent terror or despair. And, Kate’s talk at the Impact Hub meeting on ‘Feeding the City’ missed that space. This is sad, because we need to understand what the future could bring.

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. 

Ireland introduces a food & drink sustainability programme

Posted on 5th August 2014 by syndication

Bord Bia, the Irish Food Board, has introduced a sustainability charter (branded Origin Green) encouraging food producers to act in the most sustainable way possible.