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The European forum for the flexible packaging industry has published a life cycle analysis of three packaged food products - coffee, spinach, butter.
The Stockholm Environment Institute in York undertook an analysis of five key economic sectors in the South West region of England. (see here for more on Bottomline 3.)
In May 2008 the UK’s Farming Futures project (funded by Defra, among others) released a survey of farmers’ attitudes to climate change.
It found that ‘almost half of farmers in England interviewed by Farming Futures report...
Bon Appetit Management Co California-based foodservice management company, has made a commitment to lower the carbon footprint of food served in the company's cafes and restaurants by 25 per cent.
F&C Management, a European investment firm with € 141.0 billion euro under management (as at 31.12.07) has published a research note on biofuels, Biofuels and sustainability - an investor perspective.
F&C warns that if...
Champagne has become the first region in France to announce a clear breakdown of its carbon dioxide emissions, and set out strategies for reducing them (see news article here). Speaking at the...
For those partial to the odd bar of chocolate, you might like to know that Cadbury has now calculated the carbon footprint of one of its bars.
Leading US organic dairy processor Aurora Organic Dairy has announced a new research initiative for reducing its carbon footprint.
The UK has only managed to cut its GHG emissions by exporting them to other countries, according to research by Dieter Helm, a government advisor and professor at Oxford University. Including...
This article suggests that sea freight is on the up and is increasingly able to take produce traditionally imported by air. It also highlights some of the efficiency measures being taken by the sea freight industry.
The FCRN is supported by the CGIAR Research Program on Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security (CCAFS), a 10-year research initiative of the CGIAR, and the Oxford Martin Programme on the Future of Food.