Sustainable Food Trust Staff


Summer Reading 2022: Book Reviews

Are you looking for a summer read? We share some of our favourite recent food and farming books.

July 28, 2022

organic cattle

Considering Regenesis: A Perspective from the Sustainable Food Trust

Despite these criticisms, Regenesis is a valuable book. It challenges us to think outside the box, presents at least some of the dilemmas with which it wrestles in an even-handed way and introduces us to a technology we may hear more about in future, whether we like it or not.

July 25, 2022

Sims Hill Shared Harvest CSA

Sustainable Food Trust plan for national food security

The Sustainable Food Trust’s new report, Feeding Britain from the Ground Up, finds that, if we change the way we farm and what we eat, we could improve our health, protect nature, combat climate change and be more food secure as a nation.

June 16, 2022

nitrogen fertilizer

Is ammonia from green hydrogen a false prophet?

Recognising the damage caused by synthetic fertiliser, the SFT and others in the sustainable farming sector have long been advocating a switch toward more agroecological farming systems.

April 5, 2022

Organic cattle

What role for livestock in climate-friendly farming?

When choosing what to eat, it is important to consider where and how it has been grown. Buying locally, seasonally or direct from producers is often a good way to ensure you know the true story of the food you are eating.

November 4, 2021

mob grazing

Media briefing: Farming can be a climate change solution, so why is it missing in action at COP26?

Sustainable farming systems that work in harmony with nature have an essential role to play and farmers want to be part of the movement for change.

October 28, 2021

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