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.
No matter who wins tomorrow, policy changes over the last 4 years will have long-term impacts on the food system (AKA ALL of us!)—from food access to climate to immigration. I compiled a review of the Trump admin's actions on food/farming for @CivilEats https://t.co/2r1rv7cNr2
— Lisa Elaine Held (@lisaelaineh) November 2, 2020
''…some aspects of policy design may hamper the effectiveness of environmental payments in the CAP by over-emphasising economic considerations…''
Highly relevant to current discussions around Eco-schemes.https://t.co/xVlhI4qaSD
— Guy Pe'er (@GuyPeer3) November 2, 2020
Good news for community land ownership @LBuyout.
👏👏👏 Well done all incl @WoodlandTrust for coming in at end to help. Good things can happen. Can't wait to hear how land management develops. #langhome https://t.co/rrWHBhlrtD
— Vicki Hird 🐜🦗🐝 (@vickihird) November 2, 2020
Despite some obvious inaccuracies that should have been picked up by a referee, this Nature Comment highlights the many trade-offs in pursuing EU food policy Green Deal goals which suggest humility is in order when making policy recommendations https://t.co/Htkv71zGzE
— Alan Matthews (@xAlan_Matthews) November 3, 2020
DEFRA in UK is consulting the public abt banning fertiliser that impacts their air quality & natural envt. Impact assessment docs also incld. @agriculture_ie @McConalogue @pippa_hackett @DonnellyStephen @roinnslainte @DarraghOBrienTD @DeptHousingIRL @EPAAirQuality https://t.co/28T47Pr9Yn
— Oonagh Duggan (@NatureNymph) November 3, 2020
— Matteo Metta (@matteometta) November 4, 2020
USDA examines the economic effects of implementing F2F and Biodiversity Strategies both in EU and global level. Concludes food prices will rise but adopts very narrow view of 'welfare' ignoring the benefits of a healthier environment https://t.co/jRAUmldY8Q
— Alan Matthews (@xAlan_Matthews) November 5, 2020