UN ENvironment Programme

  • Foodservice Footprint F42-Sustainable-diets Labels v taxes: which way to cut carbon? Next Green Thing  UN ENvironment Programme TIFSIP Tesco Sustainable Diets news-email MSC Michael Dickstein Fairtrade Dr Stephen Clune Dr Marco Pringmann COP22 Anne Lykkeskov

    Labels v taxes: which way to cut carbon?

    Politicians need to encourage a shift to sustainable diets in the fight against climate change. The big question is how. What does a kilo of greenhouse gases buy you in the supermarket? Researchers at Lancaster University and RMIT in Melbourne,… Read More

  • Global campaign to cut “foodprint”

    RESTAURANTS, PUBS and hotels are being encouraged to limit menu choices and introduce flexible portioning as part of a new global campaign to cut food waste.                           Those… Read More

  • Food security increasingly difficult

    UN report concludes that environmental issues must be at forefront of food security goals THE AIM of achieving food security across the globe will become increasingly elusive unless countries factor the planet’s nature-based services into agricultural and related planning, a… Read More