Phew, what a week of ‘How it Should Be’s’ last week was. Kicking off with the CSA conference in Stroud, and finishing with a flourish with the opening of HiSbe, the new 'How it Should Be' happiness before profit store in Brighton (all the rave on Twitter, and, yes, such a great name and concept), as well as the Sustainable Food Trust’s True-Cost Accounting of Food and Agriculture conference, it felt like one of those game changing weeks for the caring, sharing, needs must, small-scale, humankind, Brave New World we are all part of.
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Last night found me at a great Christmas gig given by The Sustainable Food Trust. Great because it gave me a rare chance to meet and chat to a bunch of people who all share a common vision, namely making the world a more sustainable place (spent ages engrossed in discussing Joanna Blythman’s counter in the Daily Mail, to this week’s green light on GM foods by the Environment Secretary Owen Paterson, who not only seems to want to endorse GM foods and wants them grown and sold in Britain, but doesn’t see the necessity of labeling them, thereby robbing us of any choice).
21 December 2012 | 6 Comments
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