Category - Reviews
Today DEFRA published their Green Food Project Conclusions. They describe the Project as
“A major study into how Britain’s entire food system must change to keep food affordable without destroying nature, at a time of soaring world population growth.”
This important document follows the GO-Science Foresight Report The future of food and farming published in 2010.
And there, on page 47, is a glowing review of The New Optimists by no less than Baroness Perry of Southwark who, among other prestigious positions, is a member of the Lords Science and Technology select committee.
Entitled “Reasons to be cheerful“, she is “inspired” by the over 80 scientists who have made their “positive predictions about the potential of science to transform human health and wellbeing in the 21st century“.
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