It’s time for… reflections from Oxford

Dan Crossley shares reaction from Twitter to Oxford Real Farming Conference and Oxford Farming Conference 2020

Dan Crossley
14 Jan 2020

You may say I’m a dreamer, but…

As we start a new year, our Council members offer some quickfire reasons to be hopeful about the future of our food systems

Dan Crossley + Council members
1 Jan 2020

Be cautious of the techno fix

Trustee Patti Whaley explains why we should challenge the notion that techno fixes will make existing ethical dilemmas disappear

Patti Whaley
31 Dec 2019
Long Read

Fiddling in Rome?

Reflections on the International Seed Treaty from member of the Food Ethics Council, Patrick Mulvany

Patrick Mulvany
20 Nov 2019

What can we learn from Dutch farmer protests?

Dutch Farmers Protest against Stronger Environmental Regulations – A Governmental Impasse?

Justa Hopma
19 Nov 2019

What we want to see in party manifestoes

Food Ethics Council's 10 asks from party political manifestoes

Dan Crossley
9 Nov 2019

Food security is essential for national security

Guest blog from ffinlo Costain on why food security is vital for national security

ffinlo Costain
18 Sep 2019

How Food Sustainability Index can foster policy dialogue & progress

Martin Koehring, of the Economist Intelligence Unit, discusses how tools like the FSI play an important role in accelerating progress

Martin Koehring
26 Aug 2019

Brexit: trading away food and health?

Future trade deals are crucially important for who has what power and control over the food system in the future

Geoff Tansey
6 Aug 2019