With fewer than 50 days to go until COP27, all eyes are on Egypt, with world leaders getting ready to gather to discuss and evaluate their progress on climate action and limiting global temperature increase to 1.5C.
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MSC reveals that US consumers are altering their diets for environmental reasons, as climate change continues to affect people around the world.
Professor Chris Elliott expresses concern over the decisions being made under the Truss ministry and the potential ripple effects it will have on our food system and environment for years to come.
New Food’s Bethan Grylls reports on the expertise aired at Future Food-Tech last week, as the global panel looked to answer whether technology can prevent us from the on-coming food security disaster.
In her first series of radio interviews following the introduction of the ‘mini-budget’, UK Prime Minister Liz Truss is adamant that “people that produce food” can benefit.
A study by the Global FoodBanking Network highlights the importance of redistributing food surplus food to cut damaging carbon emissions.
An open letter to Liz Truss has been signed by 70 health organisations expressing concerns over children’s health being abandoned, following a recent governmental review.
There is an increasing focus on food contact materials (FCMs) and the potential risk they pose to food safety.
Local and international non-government organisations are calling on leaders to take action to end the global hunger crisis.