With almost a third of arable land classified as degraded, what can we do to reverse the rapid pace of degradation and can we do it in a way that benefits us?
Consumers and the reality of the food industry. Something for the weekend…the next batch of Food Futurists podcasts – Series 2. Hear from @MikeLee of @AlphaFoods on #futurefoodtrends, @EthyLevy, Founder of @BridgeHub on how to take #foodinnovation global and @MattKovac on controlling some of the more outlandish claims around #foodfraud, #functionalfoods and dietary #healthclaims.
Yes of course it makes a noise, but if it is felled illegally can those that perpetrated the crime be caught? Here we delve into the first case to use DNA fingerprinting of trees to match timber back to the site of illegal logging activity, and which led to the prosecution of the perpetrators underContinue reading “If a tree falls in a forest…”
It’s basically a big patch of floating rubbish in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, but what is it made of and how did it get there?
I recall sitting in a café back in May this year sipping a macchiato and eating a flaky pastry. Early morning in Milan was a sight, and out of the window I remember seeing the Duomo cathedral rising majestically out of the central square.
PART 2 are we going to get the recipe right for future generations?
PART 1 like it or not our relationship with food is changing
cuisine and invasive species – where to start?
How to avert a global meltdown in pollination capability
How can conservationists publish locations of rare and threatened species without adding themselves to the long list of survival risks?