External Resources

This page is provides links to external resources recommended by members of the Brighton and Sussex Universities Food Network which may be of interest to other members.

BSUFN is not responsible for external content. All links are correct at time of posting.


Brighton & Hove Food Partnership

Food Climate Research Network

Tropical Agriculture Association – includes links to their journal Agriculture for Development

Sustainable Food Trust

The UK Food Group

Food Sovereignty Movement UK

Farming First – A global coalition for sustainable agricultural development


Article about microscopic photos of seeds, pods, and fruits in Robert Llewellyn’s new book. This shows the beauty of seeds and finds the art in science – You’ll Never Look at Seeds the Same Way Again, Sept 2015

Food Research Community paper titled Should the UK be Concerned about Sugar?

The Guardian article titled World Leaders Urged to Tackle Food Waste to Save Billions and Cut Emmissions, Feb 2015

International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED) briefing paper titled Sustainable Intensification Revisited, March 2015


Lymbery, P. and Oakeshott, I. (2014),  Farmageddon:? The True Cost of Cheap Meat, Bloomsbury Publishing – available through the University of Sussex library or is available to buy from a range of retailers.

The Lancet special issue titled Obesity, Feb 2015

Urban Agriculture Magazine special issue titled City Region Food Systems (opens pdf)

European Commission JRC Sceince and Policy Report, July 2015: Energy use in the EU food sector: State of play and opportunities for improvement (opens pdf)

Case study from the Alliance for Food Sovereignty in Africa – Using Pesticidal Plants for Pest Management in Africa (opens pdf)


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