Nice article on Edinburgh community growers – here.
This looks great – will have to watch some of these talks.
See report here.
Very sad to see this article the other day – http://www.theguardian.com/world/2014/nov/16/tanzania-government-accused-serengeti-sale-maasai-lands?CMP=fb_gu
From The Guardian: “Food is at the foundation of all life, yet instead of being nurtured and cherished, it’s impersonally extracted, processed, packaged and traded. People have forgotten the importance of food in creating bonds between each other and our environment. It’s time to rewire every aspect of the food cycle: 1 how we grow, 2 how we distribute, 3 how we eat and 4 how we manage leftovers. Fortunately, an ever-growing number of social enterprises are rising to the task of making the food system more sustainable, ecologically resilient and socially just.”
Interesting micro-play ‘Britain isn’t Eating’ here.
A colleague sent me this video today – a fab example of diverting food waste from landfill.