The 2011 Aldeburgh Food Conference addressed the sea: its importance to us and the planet, how our activity threatens the sea, and how the sea threatens our life on land – continuing last year’s focus on what needs to change and how.
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I keep hearing the “Sustainability” word used a lot to describe an aspiration for the sort of food that people would like to buy. There is no definition of sustainability apart from the thee columns that are supposed to support the concept: environmental, economic and social. For many years the economic criteria has been use [...]
The world is already producing more than double the food we actually consume: we don’t need another Green Revolution, just to eliminate profligate waste.