Articles by Liz Scarff
They’re not homeless or unemployed, yet they scavenge in bins for discarded food. Freegans, shocked at the extent of consumer waste, are changing the way they eat. Liz Scarff joins them for dinner.
We challenged our resident chef Pippa to make a wedding cake for a fraction of the cost of a shop brought equivalent. You chose the two tier cigarello fruit torte. Shop cost £800 – Pippa’s challenge: £70
More about local food than protest – are crop mobs the farming of the future?
Our society, and in particular our food production systems, are dependent on oil. Follow Greenpeace LIVE as they to put an end to drilling off the UK.
A year on from the BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico fishermen are still fighting for compensation.
A new power plant set to generate electricity for 3,000 homes
Major tinned tuna manufacturer John West still not committed to sustainable fishing.
An anthem for our times – check out this hilarious take down of health minister Andrew Lansely.
We nearly fell off our chair when we saw how expensive wedding cakes are. Pippa, our resident chef, reckons she can make a top notch cake for a third of the price.
Scientists in China have developed genetically modified cattle that will produce ‘human milk’.