Monthly Archive: May 2019

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A Lancaster gleaning network?

In this week’s column Martin Paley discusses opportunities for a local gleaning network. One third of all food is wasted globally, with waste found at every stage of the food supply chain – from...

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Including food in city climate strategies

After co-running a session on ‘tackling climate change through food’ at Lancaster’s recent Climate Emergency summit, I started seeking case studies on how cities can successfully integrate food into climate strategies. In doing so...

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Urban foraging

  Julia Russel, a qualified local herbalist, writes about foraging. What better way of enjoying the verdant growth of spring than a spot of foraging? It offers a chance to get outdoors, immerse yourself...

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‘Super’ markets?

I recently wrote a guide to supermarkets for Ethical Consumer Magazine. In doing so, it became clear that despite some improvements in reporting and practice, the supermarket model is built on ethically dubious foundations....