Policy

The National Food Strategy and what it means for hospitality

So, you spotted that the National Food Strategy was published in the height of the summer and, like many, bookmarked the link and told yourself you’d read it on a day off or holiday if you’ve managed to squeeze one in. Like many, again, perhaps life has got in the way and you haven’t had the chance …

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How climate-anxiety can fuel climate-action

By Lucia Perasso, The Sustainable Restaurant Association A couple of weeks ago the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) released a special report on the impacts of global warming of 1.5°C. The report followed what has been yet another season of climate disasters in Europe, including floods and wildfires to mention a few. As the news was out, on Wednesday of the same week, a small town near Syracuse, …

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In response to the IPCC

By Juliane Caillouette-Noble, The Sustainable Restaurant Association You likely will have seen the IPCC report that was published last week, or at least the associated media coverage. Even without the publication of the report, global climate news over the past few weeks has been impossible to ignore. Fires across Turkey, Greece and America, record high temperatures in Sicily and in Spain, flooding in Europe …

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The National Food Strategy – what to expect

Author: Tom Tanner Given that one in eight people in the UK earn a living from it, we all eat it every day, it helps define who we are as individuals as well as a nation and is our primary social act – it’s pretty hard to understand why we’ve not had a national food …

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