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Food Futures: from business as usual to business unusual

There is no more profound and worthwhile a challenge than attempting to answer the question: how will we feed another one billion people sustainably and healthily by 2025? And that’s what we’ve been trying to do at WRAP, as over the last ten months we’ve been working closely with the team at 3keel and a […]

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Apui cheese, Brazil. Copyright: Richard Perkins / WWF

Trees, beef and cheese in Apuí

Trans-Amazonica; it sounds big right? Anything that can go through the Amazon has got to be immense.  The road cuts 4,000 km across Brazil from the east coast (Atlantic) to its western border – in European terms that’s roughly the distance from Lisbon, Portugal to Moscow, Russia! Its construction in the early 70’s intended to […]

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Chocolate cakes and packaging made by school children © Tristan Fewings / WWF-UK Easter

Tropical Chocolate – from bean to bar

As a rich chocolate aroma filled every corner of the Learning Zone in WWF’s Living Planet Centre, myself and the education team were busy running our Tropical Chocolate Workshop. The International School of London visited and the Learning Zone was buzzing with excited pupils keen to learn more about the products of the rainforest and […]

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Our food system is broken – government must help fix it

The recent important report on sustainable food by the Environmental Audit Committee makes some uncomfortable recommendations – such as eating less meat and restricting junk food advertising. It also highlights where the government’s own policies are lacking – like its standards for buying meat and dairy. But these aren’t reasons for putting it in the […]

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