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Could strengthening the links between urban areas and their surrounding rural hinterlands be one of the keys to more sustainable food systems? The second in our City Region Food Systems blog series.
Is a global lens the best approach to tackling food security? In the first of four blogs based on our work on City Region Food Systems, Steve Jennings looks at the local drivers of food security.
Oxford University PhD researcher Thomas Hughes outlines the potential for using the C4 photosynthetic pathway in new rice plants, boosting plant efficiency and supporting food security efforts.
3Keel Partner Tom Curtis was asked by the University of Oxford alumni magazine ‘Oxford Today‘ to pen a few thoughts on what Oxford’s food system might look like in 50 years.
The notion of ‘landscape’ thinking is gaining momentum, but what does it mean in practice, and what mechanisms exist for achieving resilient outcomes from our natural resources?
We’re launching an appeal for potato, lettuce and strawberry growers to get involved in a ground-breaking research project to quantify the economic cost to English agriculture of crop losses.
The National Centre of Universities and Business' Leading Food 4.0 explores the opportunities for growing business-university collaboration for the UK food sector.
On Monday 3Keel will be at Oxford University’s Environmental Change Institute presenting 3Keel’s work on urban food systems and exploring how cities and regions can build scenarios for sustainability.
We are pleased to announce the first in our ‘3Keel events’ series, taking place in Oxford in April. We are posing the question: ‘Who shapes the landscape – and why does it matter for keeping Britain in business?’