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.
Scientists and food historians collaborate to revive and grow extinct varieties of rice
A team of scientists is growing a type of rice from India that had become extinct with the spread of higher-yielding types, as part of a project to revive recipes and flavours that have been lost.
Engaging farmers and landowners is key to delivering on the UK’s biodiversity targets, say experts
Dr Ruth Little warned a Parliamentary committee that the planned Environmental Land Management (ELM) scheme needs to engage farmers and landowners to best maintain the UK's biodiversity.