The UK Review on Antimicrobial Resistance, commissioned by the UK Prime Minister, has released a report on antimicrobial use in agriculture and the environment.
The Food Standards Agency have issued an open invitation to attend a novel foods workshop on the 4th February 2016.
Catch up with all the news from the Internataional Permaculture Conference held in London in September 2015.
Many of our members have been closely following the UN COP21 climate talks in Paris.
The House of Commons' Health Committee, appointed to examine the workings of the Department of Health, have criticised the current policy on childhood obesity.
Around one in six pregnant women in England are obese, which can increase health risks for both mothers and babies.
A new fund has been launched to help support sustainable fishing across Europe.
If you're stuck for gift ideas, the alliance Eating Better are recommending ten cookbooks for a healthy, sustainable diet.
Millions of diners are to benefit as one of the UK’s key fish suppliers, Three Oceans, has committed to the Sustainable Fish Cities pledge. Three Oceans supply several top high street restaurants, ensuring their customers are served only demonstrably sustainable fish.
18/12/2015 Sustainable Fish Cities
We are delighted to say that Bella Italia and JD Wetherspoons have positively responded to our action.
17/12/2015 Sustainable Fish Cities
The Marine Conservation Society (MCS), Fish2fork and Sustainable Fish Cities launch a campaign today to gain public pledges from three of the largest restaurant chains in the UK to serve 100% demonstrably sustainable fish.
16/12/2015 Sustainable Fish Cities
A survey of children's TV programmes by the National Hydration Council has shown that 2 out of 3 drinks displayed are soft or fizzy options. Many of those drinks were also being consumed outside of meal times. In comparision, water only featured once in every five scenes involving a drink. What children see on TV seems to be reinforcing the notion that consuming fizzy drinks rather than water is the norm, and is something to aspire to. Another nudge in the wrong direction.
14/12/2015 Children's Food Campaign
Book your place at Sustain's AGM, and network debate on Natural Capital where we will be joined by Tony Juniper and other guests.
Calls for a tax on sugary drinks led by Plaid Cmyru, have been backed by Labour in a vote in the Welsh Assembly, with members voting 38 to 10 in favour of the motion.
11/12/2015 Sugary Drinks Duty
The Wellcome Trust launches The Crunch to help encourage conversation around 'our food, our health and our planet'. As part of this they want to recruit a network of ambassadors across the UK.
When the Coca Cola Christmas truck came to London, Children's Food Campaign decided to organise an alternative spectacle. So on Saturday 5 December a group of tooth fairies paid a visit to the truck parked outside the O2 Centre (North Greenwich) to spread a bit of holiday cheer in a rather more positive, healthier - less sugary - way.
07/12/2015 Children's Food Campaign
UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon is marking the end of the International Year of Soils with an appeal to reverse the current rate of soil degradation.
Friends of the Earth are asking supporters to contact their MP and ask them to support a new law on food waste.
Sustain member the Soil Association marked World Soil Day with the release of an animated film to explain why soil is so crucial to life.
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