Monthly Archives: October 2014

Great start for the free, on-line Food Systems Academy launched Monday 27 October

I’m delighted that the new on-line, open education resource, the Food Systems Academy got off to a great start yesterday. Many thanks to all those who have already tweeted – @FoodSystemsAcad – and blogged about it. It provides a dozen key-note talks … Continue reading

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First world hunger – wasted food for surplus people?

Why is there food insecurity and hunger in rich countries? What can be done about it? Prof Graham Riches from the University of British Columbia first wrote about hunger in rich countries over 30 years ago. He has just revisited … Continue reading

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