Monthly Archives: November 2013

True cost accounting in food and farming

Guest post by Ellie Dowding of Sustainable Food Trust There is a new concept gaining momentum in sustainable food circles – ‘True Cost Accounting’. Our current industrial food system is not accounting for the ‘natural capital’ that our food system

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Water use on farm – abstraction reform

08.11.13 – Water use on farm – abstraction reform Defra and the Environment Agency joined us for this chat on abstraction reform and water use on farm. The key objectives stated for the reform centred on promoting efficiency, increasing long-term

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On-demand food and drink

31.10.13 – On-demand food and drink What is “on-demand food and drink?” Definitions included that it is making sure people have what they want, when they want and how they want; that it is the right product, place, price and

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