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.
10 Ministers form various EU countries say speed up and scale up action on climate, biodiversity and circular economy as economic response to #covid19 https://t.co/AhPsZ1TbNo via @ClimateHome #GreenNewDeal
— Laura MacKenzie (@elderflower79) April 10, 2020
'A disastrous situation': mountains of food wasted as coronavirus scrambles supply chain https://t.co/rTBmb2cB1i
— Shefali Sharma (@IATPEurope) April 9, 2020
— Megan Blake (@GeoFoodieOrg) April 9, 2020
very strongly RECOMMENDED, a mustread: A New Superpower in the Making: Awareness-Based Collective Action https://t.co/kchX17WZ34
and check out this graph: https://t.co/3UwHGBrfcJ
— Michel Bauwens (@mbauwens) April 13, 2020
As Easter winds down, an opinion piece about resurrection and how we shouldn't be getting back to normal when normal was the problem in the first place. https://t.co/05KyvXaWus pic.twitter.com/6NgCCanFCU
— BirdLife Europe & Central Asia (@BirdLifeEurope) April 12, 2020
See this too 👎💩😷https://t.co/UUTRVdptyT
— Anton Lazarus (@_antlaz_) April 13, 2020
— Reuters (@Reuters) April 13, 2020
In the midst of a possible global pandemic, if you want some historical perspective on what we’ve done right and wrong in the past, I wrote a book about it called GET WELL SOON.
— Jennifer Wright (@JenAshleyWright) February 27, 2020
Ireland's ammonia reduction 'plan' is to fail.
"For agriculture ammonia abatement in particular, the goal is to strike a balance between the type of growth that is envisaged in Food Wise 2025 with the pressure to limit emissions."
Goal = limit NH3.https://t.co/E5wu9uAQYN
— Paul Price (@swimsure) April 13, 2020
Yesterday, @Smithfield, the world’s biggest pork processor, shuttered a U.S. plant indefinitely due to #COVID19. After experiencing the spread in China, the Chinese-owned group should have prepared for #COVID19 spread in plants. https://t.co/6vtDeD5PFt
— Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy (IATP) (@IATP) April 13, 2020
Key food prices are surging after virus upends supply chains https://t.co/REU2jlbImd
— Michel Bauwens (@mbauwens) April 8, 2020
Farm sector planning to fly in 1,500 seasonal workers to save fruit and veg harvest – Farming Independent https://t.co/PGT5IsuHEU
— Beechlawn Organic Farm (@BeechlawnFarm) April 14, 2020