Transform Magazine June 2019
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Food for thought
The Lancet Commission on Obesity's recent reports call for restraints on the power of 'Big Food' and a revolution in agricultural and dietary habits, as Elisabeth Jeffries explains
Could insects be the sustainable protein source the world is waiting for? David Burrows investigates
With beef increasingly in the firing line over its emissions, Sarah Wynn suggests actions farmers could take to make production more sustainable
Dr Ian Ross and James Lemon examine the regulations and guidance attempting to deal with poly- and perfluoroalkyl pollution
Andy Green gives an overview of the Alliance for Water Stewardship's updated standard, which aims to measure and improve the sustainability of businesses' water use
The global food system is damaging the planet and our health, the Wellcome Trust's Modi Mwatsama tells Huw Morris. Only a wide-ranging food revolution – encompassing production, policy, marketing and diet – will change that
To slow the pace of global warming, we'll first need to fix our air conditioning and cooling systems, says Dan Hamza-Goodacre
Environment and sustainability professionals are acting with rising urgency in the face of increasingly acute warnings, says Greg Webster; he outlines a number of initiatives that are taking place in his local area of Oxfordshire
An application for judicial review of a decision by Natural England has been dismissed.
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