For many of us – individuals and schools – food is an important entry point (or doorway) into sustainability learning. Hear a personal tale, identifying learning…
To end hunger for all people by 2030… is it possible? The UK thinks so, read the research →
In the SW food is a vibrant part of the sustainability landscape: with farmers markets; local produce; alternative cafes and restaurants; market stalls and more as well as our evolving supermarkets.
Beating malnutrition however, is about when we cook and eat as well as what we eat, and one challenge is making healthy food available to all income groups while child malnutrition is a blight on any society.
Have you got a story to tell?
We are growing a set of stories; showing how people across the South West are shaping a sustainable future. Submit your story and supporting images online, and we’ll publish them on our website for others to enjoy.