Environmental Research Letters

  • Foodservice Footprint F42-Review-11 Food blamed for spike in methane emissions Grocery sector news updates Out of Home sector news  news-email Environmental Research Letters

    Food blamed for spike in methane emissions

    Growing methane emissions linked to food production risk jeopardising global warming targets, according to new research. The report published in the journal Environmental Research Letters found that emissions of the potent greenhouse gas are growing at the fastest rate in… Read More

  • News review

    LIVESTOCK IS RESPONSIBLE for 80% of agricultural emissions, according to new research published in Environmental Research Letters. The authors suggested that technical and behavioural changes are required to curb the emissions. PUPILS ARE twice as likely to achieve above average… Read More

  • The Political Print

    THE QUESTION of how to feed the world is almost overwhelming in its complexity and it deservedly receives much attention from politicians, businesses and civil society. From out of the pack, the concept of “sustainable intensification” has emerged as the… Read More