There is also good evidence to show that environmental initiatives are producing business efficiencies that are enabling firms to gain a competitive edge and, subsequently, creating greater value for shareholders.
I hope Im not overstepping my mandate here, but I cannot help but feel that the strong correlation between obesity and food waste just has to be faced. According to the World Health Organisation, 400 million adults worldwide are obese; a figure it forecasts that is set [...]
Food accreditation is everywhere now but who is certifying the certifiers? The phrase ‘uncertified organic’ is cropping up (apologies) more and more regularly, to describe product from farmers who follow organic practices but bluntly refuse, on either moral or fiscal grounds, to pay an organisation large sums of money to tell them and [...]
A global food crisis could mean a future in which ‘local’ is focal, says Nick Fenwicke-Clennell “Fifty years on from now, Britain will still be the country of long shadows on cricket grounds, warm beer, invincible green suburbs, dog lovers and pools [...]
It is fact, emphatically supported by raw logic, that our planet’s natural resources are running out. What raises the occasional eyebrow are the increasing contradictions in, not just the supporting evidence, but the statements and actions of government. Many government initiatives appear to bypass the theory of cause and effect – the controversy over the [...]