Archive for 'food'

Food City Region: Cultivating Planning »

Bristol, 6 May 2014. The Food City Region: Cultivating Planning conference will address the issues of city growth, new development and how planning policy and action can support a sustainable and resilient food system.

Improving the integrity and assurance of Britain’s food supply networks »

The interim report of the Elliott review into the integrity and assurance of food supply networks sets out the complex nature of food fraud and suggests a systems-based approach to tackling food crime.

Carrot or stick? How to achieve a sustainable diet »

Toby Pickard, senior sustainability analyst at the IGD, looks at shopper attitudes towards achieving a sustainable diet, the challenges surrounding this and the implications for the food and consumer goods industry.

From green food to sustainable consumption »

The Sustainable Consumption Report follows up on Defra's Green Food Project to describe further work on the principles of a healthy and sustainable diet, consumer behaviour, and sustainable consumption and growth.

Discerning diners »

New research for the Sustainable Restaurant Association finds that diners are prepared to pay more for sustainable meals and now care more about the nutritional value of meals and the sustainable practices of restaurants.

Better Food for All »

18 September 2013, London. As part of Waste less live more week the Better food for all conference will bring together experts to debate how reducing food waste can be better for all.

The Future of Food: Food Security – Science, Farming & the Community »

27 September 2013, Aldeburgh. The 2013 Aldeburgh Food and Drink Festival Conference will explore approaches to food security, from scientific research, through sustainable intensification of farming, to community action.

Nutrition for Growth: Beating Hunger through Business and Science »

The Nutrition for Growth: Beating Hunger through Business and Science summit brought together business leaders, scientists, governments and civil society to commit to prevent undernutrition and enable people to prosper.

Think.Eat.Save: the food that goes uneaten »

The international Think.Eat.Save campaign aims to support the UN Secretary-General’s Zero Hunger Challenge and galvanize widespread global, regional and national action to reduce food waste.

Publications round-up: education, environmental monitoring, food policy, low-carbon transport »

The SDRN highlights recent publications on sustainable development, covering education for sustainable development, environmental monitoring in Natural England, food policy and low-carbon land transport.