Mooted biomethane target an “environmental disaster in the making”
Campaigners have launched legal proceedings against the government's decision not to introduce mandatory food waste reporting
Feedback has decided to challenge the legality of the decision on the grounds that it was not based on a reasonable view of the evidence
Mandatory food waste reporting is a no-brainer, and the government can’t simply ditch it if it is to tackle the climate emergency.
The environmental and social cost of producing factory farmed meat is immense, and is borne unequally by already vulnerable communities.
“After a decade of failed voluntary reporting, it is a dereliction of duty for the government to abandon this policy."
The Sottish Government’s Vision falls short as it fails to consider the farmed salmon sector's heavy reliance on wild fish for salmon feed.
Even low-risk, low-regret opportunities to improve public health and reduce meat and dairy emissions are being left to rot.
Supermarkets including Waitrose and Tesco have condemned the decision to remove mandatory declarations
Despite 99% of consultees being in favour of mandatory food waste reporting, DEFRA has said it will be sticking with a voluntary approach.
Campaigners are calling for retailer transparency on the environmental impact of meat and dairy sales
Joao Henrique Borges Azevedo and Daniel Fulga reflect on their week of work experience at Feedback.
No UK supermarket has adopted a target to reduce sales of industrial meat and dairy – the single biggest slice of supermarkets’ emissions.
Feedback says a report for the UK government in 2021 found that the carbon footprint of Australian beef was 50% higher than for UK beef
Feedback, which is represented by Leigh Day, has last week filed an application for a judicial review of the Australia deal.
"The government must ensure all trade deals work towards our emissions reduction targets rather than towards further catastrophic heating.”
The government must ensure all trade deals work towards our emissions reduction targets rather than towards further catastrophic heating
"We are very disappointed by the parliamentary under-secretary of state for Defra’s lack-lustre response,"
Alexandra (7th from left) and Kyrel (8th from left) reflect on their week of work experience at Feedback.
Read about the greenwash van's visit to Tesco.
Environmental NGO Feedback is taking the UK Government to court over the weakness of its National Food Strategy
Following the hearing, the three judges ruled that the application could proceed and granted permission to apply for judicial review.
Feedback argues ministers’ failure to include measures to reduce production of meat and dairy products was unlawful
Court of Appeal rules that a Judicial review on the legality of the Government’s Food Strategy should proceed