People are interested in, and concerned about, where the fish they buy in shops and supermarkets and in restaurants comes from. But retailers and restauranteurs are still not making it easy for them to make a considered choice between a fish whose stock is under threat, and species from a sustainable source. Too many places… Continue reading
Posts tagged Jamie Oliver
Is it time tourism industry embraced conservation issues?
Do you know about the gurnard? Do you really care? Read this, and I think you might. Last week this humble fish received unexpected promotion, in esteemed company. At Visit England’s media reception in London, where the country’s national tourist board and its constituent local boards previewed the attractions for the coming year, chefs from… Continue reading →
New campaign aims to create lifeline nature reserves in UK gardens
Imagine a million acres of new nature reserves, scattered like countless pieces of a green mosaic all over Britain, and costing next to nothing to create. We are not talking special skills or complicated management. Anyone can build one of these wildlife havens. All you need is a garden. Entry level qualification is the ability… Continue reading →