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World Toilet Day

Today is World Toilet Day which aims to draw the world’s attention to the crucial nature of adequate sanitation which affects health, education, gender equality,…

Breaking the cycle of rural poverty

In light of the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals and World Food Day 2015: breaking the cycle of rural poverty we look back to our…

World Environment Day 2015

This year’s theme is ‘Seven Billion Dreams. One Planet. Consume with Care’ aiming to target the increasing levels of consumption across the globe which fuel…

World Water Day 2014

March 22nd marks World Water Day 2014, a day which advocates for the sustainable management of the world’s water resources. Dating back to 1992 when the…

Global food, agriculture and land use: sharing insights from our series

After the end of our three year, six part conference series on global food and agriculture systems, we launch a set of resources to share…

Think. Eat. Save.
Our series of conferences on global agriculture, food and land use links to 2013 World Environment Day theme

Our conference series on global agriculture, food and land use ties in with the focus of this year’s World Environment Day on reducing food waste…

Highlights from 2012

Over the past 12 months, we have held events in a number of overseas locations as well as here at Wiston House in Sussex. In…

Global hunger and the Olympics

A global hunger event will be headed by the UK Prime Minister David Cameron and the Vice-President of Brazil, Michel Temer. A global hunger event…

Diet and nutrition: challenges for global food, agricultural and land use policy

With a billion people suffering from under nutrition and obesity respectively, how can the world’s diet be improved? This is the focus of Wilton Park’s…

World Food Day: what is it for?

World Food Day started in 1979 with the Conference of Food and Agriculture Organization. By 1980, the General Assembly announced that “food is a requisite…