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Scrapping use-by dates would slash food waste – here’s what else could help Use-by dates increase food waste, prompting some supermarkets to shelve them. But what else can be done to reduce wastage? Economics Environment Food Society
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Taste of the future? Vertical farming is finally growing up in the UK Vertical farms can boost food security, reduce emissions and eliminate fertilisers – and they are springing up across the UK Agriculture Environment Food
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Scientists accidentally discover ‘scallop discos’ as an eco-friendly fishing method In a bizarre lightbulb moment, scientists have stumbled on a new way of catching scallops: underwater disco lights Conservation Environment Food Society
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What can I do about climate change? 14 ways to take positive action As Europe sears amid record temperatures, many people are asking – what can I do about climate change? More than you think, perhaps Energy Environment Food Society Wellbeing
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Say cheers to beers, wines and spirits in paper bottles This summer, a raft of drinks in plant-based bottles are hitting the market, boasting a tiny carbon footprint Environment Food Good Business Lifestyle
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The farmer who took his flock to a sanctuary instead of the abattoir One day Sivalingam Vasanthakumar decided to drive his lambs to a sanctuary. Now, the farmer says his future is plant based Agriculture Environment Food Society
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