Agriculture

An innovative fund for supply chain resilience

In this guest blog post, Tom Morton, ClimateCare’s Project Director in Nairobi, introduces a new model to finance health solutions in farming communities.

 

Cotton 2040: Mainstreaming a better way

As more than a dozen stakeholder companies from across the cotton industry prepare for today’s Forum for the Future-led discussions on how to mainstream more sustainable cotton, guest writer Leslie Johnston, executive director of C&A Foundation, reflects on why efforts to date have failed t

From ‘food vs energy’ to ‘food and energy’

Why would you ever put solar on prime agricultural land?

Cotton 2040

Integrating and accelerating efforts for a systemic shift towards sustainability in the cotton industry

Testing the water

A systems approach to sustainable water movement

The Protein Challenge 2040

The first innovation forum to explore how we balance supply and demand of protein for a growing population in a way which is affordable, healthy and good for the environment.

A network for expensive tastes

A million pounds - that’s what Seb’s taste buds are insured for. Seb (or Sebastian) is Tetley’s master taster and blender, and so unique are his tasting skills that they have been insured for a cool million. Now, that’s a lot of money in anyone’s books.

A mini first aid kit for exhausted bees

Italian designer Hady Ghassabian has created a tiny first aid kit for bees that can fit onto your keyring. The Bee Saver tool is a flower-shaped saucer made from bioplastic and filled with artificial nectar designed to help a bee in need.

Some friendly advice for the Secretary of State

This blog post by Jonathon Porritt is the second in a series of articles marking the launch of the Farm Power vision and research in November 2014.

 

Why farms can help shape the energy system of the future

This blog post is the first in a series of articles marking the launch of the Farm Power vision and research in November 2014, and is a guest post by Neil Hughes, Head of Technology at National Grid.

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