Today, 18 June, is Sustainable Gastronomy Day. But what is sustainable gastronomy and how can we make informed choices about the food we eat?
Category: Food and Drink
If you undertake an industrial or commercial activity that could result in emissions to the air, water or land; increase flood risk; adversely affect land drainage, or have another adverse effect on the surrounding environment, you may require an environmental permit from the appropriate country’s regulatory authority or your local council.
Most people, even farmers, believe that high crop yields require lots of fertiliser and other inputs that worsen the environmental impacts of farming. After looking at this during the biofuels debate in 2008, we in ADAS were not so sure, so the Morley Agricultural Foundation recently funded us to explore the evidence for these assumptions with respect to greenhouse gases (GHG).
RSK’s Daniel Clare, Director of Acoustics, has teamed up with Claire Petricca-Riding, Head of Planning and Environmental Law at Irwin Mitchell, to explore the issues facing the food and beverage sector in the coming months.