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On 20th October 2017 EAUC-Scotland and Soil Association Scotland hosted a webinar to cover Food for Life Served Here. The session gave an in-depth overview into the impact...
The session gave an in-depth overview into the impact that food choices have on our health, environment and communities and how institutions have the power to positively...
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Resources from the 'Building Socially Responsible Institutions' from the EAUC-Scotland Conference 2017.
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Lancaster University leads the HE sector in respect of its integrated, cutting edge sustainable food projects such as ‘Edible Campus’. Together, Lancaster...
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