The Global Food Security (GFS) programme’s Food Futures Panel has published 10 reports on its activity so far.
A new study from the BBSRC strategically-funded institute Rothamsted Research reveals the way that chloroplasts are passed from one generation to another in wheat via only the maternal parent.
The Global Food Security Programme has produced a report examining the potential of insects as animal feed following a workshop in August 2015.
The Global Food Security (GFS) Programme is inviting expressions of interest from post-doctoral researchers to take part in a Policy Lab on sustainable nutrition.
The Global Food Security (GFS) programme is pleased to announce that the first call of its new research programme ‘Resilience of the UK food system in a global context’ is now open.
An independent expert taskforce from the UK and USA has outlined key recommendations to safeguard against threats to food supplies in a new report for the Global Food Security programme today.
The Global Food Security (GFS) Programme has agreed a new 5-year interdisciplinary programme of research to tackle resilience of the food system.
The UK needs to formulate long-term plans to protect both water and food supplies here and across international supply chains, as water usage and availability change in coming years. That’s the conclusion in a new report from an expert group, led by the Global Food Security programme as part of the UK Water Research and Innovation Partnership (UKWRIP).
The Global Food Security (GFS) programme has produced a new report, highlighting the outcomes of a nexus thinking workshop held in June 2014.
Dr Emma Roe discusses the relationship between men and meat, and how unravelling this can help contribute to a more sustainable food system.
- Date: 7 September 2018
A report has been published arguing for a systemic approach to food policy across governments and businesses for health and sustainability.