The coronavirus pandemic is a symptom of a broken food system
The coronavirus pandemic has demonstrated the fragility of our food supplies – but building a more resilient system could provide a path to recovery.
Researchers document extensive national efforts to improve access to food during COVID-19 outbreak
The first output from a new UKRI funded project designed to map and monitor responses to concerns about food access during the COVID-19 outbreak is now available.
Red tape and digital divide threaten success of post-Brexit sustainable farming incentives, research shows
‘Digital divide’, scheme complexity and social isolation make some farmers less likely to contribute to the design and delivery of a ‘public money for public goods’ scheme.