Baroness Rosie Boycott is a journalist and publisher. She has edited national newspapers and 50 years ago, she co-founded Spare Rib and Virago. In 2016, Rosie was asked to lead the development of a new London Food Strategy which was to help the food system to work better to meet the needs of everyone who lives and works in London. She chairs Feeding Britain and Veg Power and is a trustee for Food Foundation and The Hay Festival.
She writes regularly and speaks all over the world about the role of cities in the food chain and the importance of food in improving health.
Since becoming a member of the House of Lords in 2018, she continues to speak about the importance of food in tackling childhood obesity, improving health and putting an end to hunger.
One of the first issues in discussions about how to scale up Regenerative Farming is the challenge of defining it. What exactly constitutes Regenerative Agriculture? What does a farmer have to do to become ‘regenerative’? What is ‘regeneratively produced’ food? This lack of strict rules and focus on principles and context is, to some proponents, […]