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  • Community Food Links: exploring options for collaborations

    Community Food Links: exploring options for collaborations

    Posted April 4th 2013

    ‘Community Food Links: exploring options for collaborations’, is run by the Brighton-Sussex Food Research Network (BSFRN) in co-operation with the Brighton and Hove Food Partnership.  Date and time below. Date: Monday, 15th April 2013 Time: 09:30 16:00 To register, please … Continue reading

  • Back online!

    Back online!

    Posted January 19th 2013

    We’re back online to post about the local food project and our plans for the new year! While we’ve been offline on this website, work on the project has been proceeding apace over our Christmas ‘break’. We’ve been pushing to … Continue reading

  • Eat well this Christmas!

    Eat well this Christmas!

    Posted December 23rd 2012

    Found this post on the blog of the Centre for Alternative Technology. Here’s an excerpt: “A few years back, research by Manchester University found that the carbon equivalent emissions of the UK’s total Christmas dinners was 51,000 tonnes. Much of this can be … Continue reading

  • Food in Transition: Call for Workshop Participants

    Food in Transition: Call for Workshop Participants

    Posted November 15th 2012

    FOOD IN TRANSITION: TOWARDS A RESEARCH AND POLICY AGENDA  A collaborative workshop of the Transition Research Network, Essex Sustainability Institute, Participatory and Rural Geographies Research Groups. University of Essex, Wivenhoe Park, Colchester CO4 3SQ, Essex  Wed 6th Feb 2013, 12 … Continue reading

  • Local Food and Well-being: Our questionnaire is now online!

    Local Food and Well-being: Our questionnaire is now online!

    Posted November 1st 2012

    Photo: Jules Pretty We’ve begun data collection on our Local Food and Well-being project!  We are looking for people from Essex, Norfolk and Suffolk to spend a few minutes filling in the questions here: https://essex.eu.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_bkFHMUzDDuAjejb We’re doing the first major study on … Continue reading