As a key emitter of greenhouse gases and a driver of biodiversity loss, current agricultural practices in England can and must change.
Farmers and environmentalists agree – food security is only possible if farming is environmentally sustainable
Deliberative workshop reveals farmers are on board with climate and nature goals Introduction Over the last few weeks, it has felt like the future of farming’s role in tackling the...
The result of working with communities in Liverpool and Anglesey, this report provides a vision for what net zero places could like drawn from their hopes for the future.
The debate on decarbonisation has shifted from ‘whether’ we transition to ‘how’. However, there is a need to broaden these debates beyond green and environmental perspectives and to involve anti-poverty groups and perspectives.
This report proposes a renewed social contract for farming to overcome the environmental crises we face in a way that is economically and socially fair.
This report puts forward a series of recommendations for the UK and devolved governments, as well as local authorities, to start addressing the many challenges currently facing the UK food system.
The jurors from the South Wales Climate and Fairness Panel set out a bold and positive vision for the South Wales Valleys and recommendations on topics ranging from anchor towns, to low-carbon travel, to community involvement in decision-making.
The climate crisis, and the response to it, present opportunities for communities in the UK as well as threats.
This report by IPPR and London Citizens sets out the results of a listening campaign on the priorities for the next mayor of London.
The Tees Valley and County Durham Climate and Fairness Panel is one of four citizens' juries around the UK held by the Environmental Justice Commission in late 2020 and early 2021.