Last night I went to a compelling talk from Tony Juniper, a prominent environmentalist and author of various books including 'What Nature Does for Britain'. Alongside support from the Devon Wildlife Trust, he argued that there is a need for a new environment act, and that now is the time to do it. Brexit may... Continue Reading →
This article summarises a recent report by the Food Research Collaboration on food security after Brexit.
This blog post explores why many are advocating entomophagy as a way to make our diets more healthy and sustainable.
I went to a pint of science event recently and found out some shocking truths about deforestation, livestock, and bacon!
I've written about why soil is important and how to protect it. The UK only has 30-40 years of fertile soils left if we continue to degrade soils at current rates; without soil, we won't have food.
I've decided to showcase my favourite tweets each month until I get bored of doing it. Most will probably be relating to science, agriculture and the environment, but there may also be the odd one that just made me laugh.
These are my top 10 simple tips that can allow us all to make a small contribution to sustainability and the environment this Christmas!
I've written about what sustainable intensification is, the challenges it faces, and how it could lead to increased food production without further damaging the environment.
Every year I see streams of carved pumpkins on social media, many of which are genuinely impressive and bursting with artistic flair. I'm not against pumpkin carving as an activity, I'm against how much pumpkin is wasted every year as people discard the pumpkin flesh and seeds after carving their masterpieces. If everyone ate their... Continue Reading →