food production

PUB NOTES

What's Gone on This Week: A Rogue Man Redraws the England-Wales Border

And he can get fucked.
NEO
3.8.19
farming

From Peasant Farms to 100,000-Cow Mega Dairies: The Extremes of Chinese Agriculture

Food production in China is split between vast, industrial operations using the latest technology and small-scale “peasant” farms that employ traditional agricultural practices.
Charlie Taverner
4.28.17
chocolate

Ferrero Is Having to Reassure People That Nutella Doesn’t Cause Cancer

The Italian company is downplaying fears that contaminants in palm oil, one of the hazelnut spread’s main ingredients, are carcinogenic.
Daisy Meager
1.12.17
food waste

This Project Wants to Halve Europe's Food Waste By 2030

That’s 44 million tonnes of food saved from the bin.
Daisy Meager
12.14.16
environment

Algae Could Solve the World’s Food Security Crisis

Basically, eating pond scum could save the world.
Daisy Meager
11.28.16
farming

A Farm That Floats on Water Could Help Solve Global Food Shortage

With its aquaculture, hydroponics, and photovoltaics mash up, the "floating farm" could produce food 365 days a year, regardless of water scarcity, drought, and even natural disasters.
Gareth May
12.28.15
Film

How Urban Gardening Can Save Black Communities in America

A new documentary shows how planting the seeds of social change begins with knowing where your food comes from.
Bill Kilby
12.1.15
uk

British People Know Terrifyingly Little About Where Food Comes From

According to a new survey, 22 percent of British people have never visited a farm, and one in seven get their knowledge of farming from Emmerdale. Basically, we know fuck all about how our food is produced.
Michael Segalov
6.3.15
News

How Climate Change Will Be a Disaster for Australia

From bushfires to falling food production and public transport breakdowns, Australia will be one of the most affected countries in the world.
Denham Sadler
1.30.15
News

Britain's Food Industry Is an Unhealthy, Unsustainable Mess

The way that our food is produced is ravaging the environment, perpetuating disease and exacerbating poverty and inequality.
Chris Godfrey
12.19.14