Our Grow Back Better report advocates a response to the climate, nature and health crises that is as radical and rapid as the response to Covid-19 has been.
It also warns the wrong “green recovery” choices from policy makers, could lock us into damaging directions of travel in food, farming and land-use.
Drawing on our experience in devising and delivering practical solutions with people from all walks of life, we outline how to accelerate the transition to net-zero and regenerate wildlife and soils while enhancing the health and wellbeing of the population.
Looking a decade ahead, we identify the investment priorities and policy levers that will deliver change, and the pitfalls that must be avoided.
🧵🔚 In summary - the Bill must set a public interest test so commercial drivers for GE cannot perpetuate unsustainabtwitter.com/i/web/status/1…jF
🐖🤔🐖🧬 With that point in mind, the GT Bill's impact assessment overlooks the freedom of choice for consumers to atwitter.com/i/web/status/1…nvtj
🌍🦋💚🐄 By ignoring the reality of how this technology will be used, and the impact on organic (and a transition to twitter.com/i/web/status/1…gQlO
🤦The underpinning evidence also ignored the impact on the organic sector’s ability to exclude these genetically eng…twitter.com/i/web/status/1…9
There is a broad consensus that governance is needed to manage these risks... ...yet the impact assessment that un… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…
🐷the focus on developing animal traits which allow further intensification of animals in low welfare systems 🌱thetwitter.com/i/web/status/1…G2
🙄The report by the committee backs up our major concern that the Bill ignored potential negative impacts That inc…twitter.com/i/web/status/1…7
🧑⚖️The Govt has an independent body (the RPC) for assessing the quality of evidence underpinning regulatory propos…twitter.com/i/web/status/1…f