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The Declaration of Dunbar
We are working towards a sustainable Scotland in which, in every region we produce more of what we eat and eat more of what we produce.
We believe a more localised food system would be better for the environment, health, community and economy of our country. We are building a movement to create a food system that is:
These steps are essential in order to ensure a fairer more equitable food system appropriate for a low carbon economy.
Last week we had our first out of nine Good Food Nation events. The aim of these events is to inspire people to submit their own responses to the Scottish Government's recently published discussion paper …Continue
Getting the research out there: how can we take action in climate proofing the Scottish (and global) food system?
Understanding the inequalities of gender in food and agriculture is essential when attempting to create a people-centered food system.
How do we measure food security around the world? How do the ways in which food insecurity is experienced differ by region, culture, and socioeconomic status?
Terri J. Ballard, speaker at the …Continue
The Russian veto on EU food creates the prospect of a new milk lake. What should be done? There's a big rush on to sell more milk to China as the market there opens up - but does it really make sense to use 4kg of concentrate including soya from…Continue
Nourish is working for a transformation of the food system in Scotland. We know it’s technically possible for everyone in Scotland to eat well without relying on forced labour and without inflicting so much damage on the environment here and in…Continue
This first ever NonStuff festival supported by Permaculture Scotland will be held at Wiston Lodge, and is the brainchild of permaculture designer, musician, mobile sauna owner and social artist James Chapman
The festival is a collaborative…Continue