Promising plans to invest in vertical farming technology and kickstart a fully eco-friendly pub have been delayed, but not abandoned…
A taste of the drama from the world of social networking.
Many Londoners are keen to start growing their own food, but boroughs still lack the space to create allotment sites. Take a look at our interactive map of the population to allotment site ratio across the capital.
To provide you with further insight into the future of sustainable food, we’ve compiled a list of the top ten active and informative tweeters in the field.
It’s a debate that has been raging for many years now but as the Sunday Times launches their Better School Meals campaign, Eco Eats thought it was time to fully assess the two main options: school dinner, or packed lunch?
Get ready to celebrate Food Revolution Day on Friday 17 May with our informative feature explaining all you need to know to take part.
Charlie Taverner of Taverners Farm kindly spares some time for a chat about how his upbringing instilled him with an awareness of sustainable food.
If you live in London and think farmers’ markets belong only to the countryside then fear not, for we have mapped some of the city’s best.
Based in Brighton, the UK’s Food Ethics Council is an independent charity aiming to create a fair, healthy and ethical food and farming system. Today they published a report looking at sustainability […]
City University London celebrated its fourth annual Green City Week from 12th to 16th November, hosting a wide range of events to encourage participation in environmental initiatives and highlight the […]