"Food is the missing piece of Boris Johnson’s green revolution"

"The UK government is finally coming to terms with the urgent need for a cleaner future. Over a year after Theresa May committed to making the country net-zero by 2050, Boris Johnson set out a 10-point plan for a green revolution last month. As the UK prepares to host Cop26 next year, it is important that we show leadership on this issue. However, there is one major element missing, which is potentially transformative to the debate: food", writes Hermione Dace is a policy analyst at the Tony Blair Institute for Global Change in an opinion piece for The Independent.

Read the entire article, in which Hermione also advocates for vertical farming, here.


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