NEW event: Plating up the future of meat
What the future of meat should look like is a deeply personal and contested affair. How much and what types of meat should we eat, and how should the meat we eat be produced?
To explore these questions in more detail, please join TABLE for a panel discussion bringing together four key thinkers and researchers who will each tackle one of the four scenarios identified in Meat: The Four Futures. Register for this event
NEW Blog post by George Cusworth
After visiting Romania, George Cusworth reflects on the challenges facing Romania's subsistence peasant farmers, whose traditional agricultural practices support rich, biodiverse landscapes but who are increasingly under threat from financial pressures and external interests.
NEW Blog post by Rebecca Sanders
After six years as a meat industry veterinarian in New Zealand, Rebecca Sanders' growing concerns about the ethical and environmental implications of the meat industry prompted a radical change in trajectory and transition towards sustainable agricultural research.
NEW Explainer: What is rewilding?
In this new TABLE explainer - Rewilding and its implications for agriculture - we explore how and why people disagree about rewilding, compare its various definitions, and consider how the rewilding debate ties in with different visions for the future of food.