The Heli-view in our food series… As more go hungry and malnutrition persists, achieving Zero Hunger by 2030 in doubt, UN May 2020 report warns. More people are going hungry, an annual study by the Food & Agriculture Organisation has found. Tens of millions have joined the ranks of the chronically undernourished over the past five […]
One of PET’s directors sent me an email last month. To it was appended some fascinating information re. the food chain and its impact on Life on Earth. Resonating thoughts touched on the themes of ‘interrelatedness‘ and ‘fasting as a biological form of spiritual grace.’ I’d like to share two of these resources with you. […]
The Scottish Rural Network, of which PET is a member, has an interesting blog on self-help communities in South Korea. Pretty far from Findhorn I hear you think; but not the self-help part. It’s of interest because it links community skills, the ageing phenomenon and social enterprise. Enjoy the blog.
Foraging for food The programme for the first-ever Foraging Fortnight has launched, with events ranging from woodland walks to wild food feasts to foraged cocktails! This project takes place from 31 August to 15 September 2019 and features a wide range of events across five diverse regions of Scotland: Lanarkshire, Fife, Moray, Forth Valley and Loch Lomond, […]
This report forms part of the ‘Food and Diets’ research done by the Zero Carbon Britain project through 2012-13. This work concentrates on low carbon diets in the UK today. About the Zero Carbon Britain project An initiative from the Centre for Alternative Technology (CAT). Its aim is to demonstrate that integrated and technically feasible […]