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.
I discuss the likely impact of the UK election result on UK-EU agricultural trade in this blog post https://t.co/nzG5e7JBR0
— Alan Matthews (@xAlan_Matthews) December 14, 2019
— IEEP (@IEEP_eu) December 16, 2019
— Michel Bauwens (@mbauwens) December 15, 2019
Soil is our best ally in the fight against climate change – but we're fast running out of it https://t.co/7XqGNJeAma
— Prof Brajesh Singh (@Prof_Braj_Singh) December 17, 2019
Even with the ban, fox hunting is alive & well.
Hunts around the UK will take place on Boxing Day.
Foxes will be killed.
Here's my article on how we've battled the local hunt.
In doing so we've created an uplifting alternative to celebrate on Boxing Day.https://t.co/R1Oz81sCzm pic.twitter.com/vU2fX9gMko
— Rebecca Hosking (@RebeccaHosking) December 17, 2019
The 2019 AI Now Report is LIVE. It’s our biggest yet, reviewing the last year and how AI is concentrating power in the hands of those who already have it, from the AI management at work, to AI’s impact on climate change and healthcare, and much more https://t.co/UmJ4QCnfzv
— AI Now Institute (@AINowInstitute) December 12, 2019
#Eplenary calls for mandatory reduction targets for pesticide use to save Europe’s bees and other pollinators
— ENVI Committee Press (@EP_Environment) December 18, 2019
On 19 December, EU environment ministers adopted biodiversity conclusions showing a great sense of urgency and willingness to act decisively.
— IEEP (@IEEP_eu) December 19, 2019
New to our website today – a complication of a decade's worth of Farm to Institution work & useful tools & resources for Farm to Institution practitioners! https://t.co/zCSG2LdWVM
— Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy (IATP) (@IATP) December 19, 2019