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    Natasha Emily Foote

    Natasha holds a BSc in Biological Sciences from the University of Bristol and an MA in Environment, Development and Policy from the University of Sussex. She has a particular interest in issues of food production and alternative approaches to agriculture, as well as in conservation, notably the ways in which human and conservation interests conflict.

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  • The hunger for organic is growing – but how best to feed it?

    The hunger for organic is growing – but how best to feed it?0

    With the organic market booming, there has been a recent overhaul in European organic legislation designed to meet this ever-growing demand and expand organic production. Whilst this is a move that should be welcomed, we should nonetheless be wary of the repercussions this regulation reform brings for the organic project. There is still work to be done to reach a satisfactory compromise between promoting organic agriculture whilst maintaining the values of the organic movement.

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  • Have our food waste policies passed their expiry date?

    Have our food waste policies passed their expiry date?0

    Food waste is being increasingly recognised as a key environmental, social and economic issue. Despite this, the policy response to this challenge is sorely lacking, whilst existing legislation is hindering organisations trying to recuperate surplus food. It is imperative that policy makers support and facilitate the efforts of those working to combat food waste.

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