Our weekly Twitter round up of great content from our kindred network: a Friday treat for your weekend reading pleasure. Enjoy what we’ve found for you on twitter.
Industry lobby wants to weaken the EU water law, writes @Florence_Schu for @EURACTIVBerlin. As govs. get set to discuss the #WFD evaluation this pm, we urge them to stay 💪in the face of industry pressure.
English👉https://t.co/etHvw1xyMS@WWF_Deutschland @bund_net @NABU_Biodiv
— WWF EU (@WWFEU) March 5, 2020
This is fascinating by Marina O'Connell of The Apricot Centre in Devon – a summary of her Masters thesis where she looked at the link between different farming systems and mental health. Read on #WickedLeeks https://t.co/WIttjifI0o
— Nina Pullman (@nina_pullman) March 5, 2020
This is a truly amazing chart – a snapshot of what we have and what our plants need
— James Rebanks (@herdyshepherd1) March 4, 2020
— Trevor the botanist (@DrTrevorDines) March 5, 2020
I found this article interesting…. https://t.co/lgoWmZukUY
— Roaming the Paths (@Roamingthepaths) March 5, 2020
Wow!! Check-out the @PolicyAGRI Information Package on 'Innovation in Agriculture' that was prepared for the public hearing this week (18 February 2020) organised by the European Parliament’s AGRI Committee. Not exactly bedtime reading, but VERY useful! https://t.co/WcuiKKMVRV pic.twitter.com/stE3yv2QSh
— Highclere Consulting (@highclere2018) February 21, 2020
We need to talk about abattoirs… many people would like to eat'less but better' meat. But the small abattoirs so vital for this supply, and which support small farmers and lower food miles, are struggling. Story on #WickedLeeks https://t.co/jWa50qzZ3T #NationalButchersWeek
— Nina Pullman (@nina_pullman) March 10, 2020
— Sam Morgan (@SamJamesMorgan) March 11, 2020
#Degrowth is a major topic explored in our upcoming edition
As a warm-up, read our latest interview with @g_kallis on his new book:
'Limits: Why Malthus Was Wrong & Why Environmentalists Should Care'
Where he questions the standard narrative on limits👇🏽https://t.co/3z3Abj9qeP
— Green European Journal (@GreenEUJournal) March 10, 2020