May 2022

Welcome to our May 2022 newsletter! In it you will find:

  • The link to the new briefing in our Sustainable Food Hubs project, focusing on why hubs should measure sustainability and how they can do it.
  • Details of our two recent publications on climate change and on agroecology.
  • Tim Lang’s Field Notes: why, despite all indicators to the contrary, we can remain optimistic about the future of food policy.
  • Food research in brief: our summary of recent research from academia and civil society.
  • Two exciting new job opportunities: one in civil society and one in academia.

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