Support for a meat tax in Sweden is gathering support among politicians

Petition launched for meat tax in Sweden

By Chloe Ryan

Calls for a meat tax in Sweden have resurfaced two years after its government ruled out the Swedish Board of Agriculture's suggestion that such a tax could curb consumption and reduce environmental impact.

Zambeef claims to be one of the largest chicken, beef and pork producers in Zambia

Zambeef Products scoops green award

By Michelle Perrett

African beef producer Zambeef Products has been awarded the 2015 Award for consistency in complying with Environmental Impact Assessment Regulations by the Zambia Environmental Management Agency (ZEMA).

Photo Credit: Allow Golden Rice Now

What do the eco heretics mean for GM golden rice?

By Annie-Rose Harrison-Dunn

Dr Patrick Moore – Greenpeace founding member and GM defector – represents a fear that lurks in the heart of all ideologists: Am I on the right side of the fence? Am I the goodie or the baddie? 

Scotland pledges to limit regulation for food industry

Scotland pledges to limit regulation for food industry

By Rod Addy

Scotland’s government would limit regulatory burdens on food and drink manufacturers, working in close cooperation with the industry, according to Richard Lochhead, cabinet secretary for rural affairs and the environment.

UK food sector going green?

UK food sector going green?

A government report published this month reveals that UK industry
spends £2.6 billion a year on environmental protection, with food
and drink manufacturing the highest spending sector at £429
million, writes Anthony Fletcher.


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