Archive for 'FCRN'
The Food Climate Research Network and the Oxford Martin Programme on the Future of Food have jointly published a new report entitled Sustainable intensification in agriculture: Navigating a course through competing food system priorities.
Tara Garnett of the Food Climate Research Network considers a new report from the Commission on Sustainable Agriculture and Climate Change (CCAFS) on achieving food security in the context of climate change.
The FCRN considers a new study examining where the economic, political and natural resource power currently lies in world agriculture, how that might change in future and what it means to British farmers.
The FCRN looks at a new UK study on food, climate change and land use for the Committee on Climate Change, examining the effect of changes in UK food consumption on land requirements and greenhouse gas emissions.
The FCRN looks at a recent report from The Food Standards Agency on the implications of climate change on food policy in the UK, with a particular focus on possible impacts and effects on nutrition and food safety.
The FCRN highlights a report which concludes that biodiversity strategies to expand protected areas will not alone be sufficient to halt biodiversity loss, and that structural changes in production and consumption are needed.