This site keeps you up to date with ways to produce and consume more sustainable food.
'Sustainable' food is that which is healthier for people and the planet.'
This simple definition covers a lot of ground. But ground is a limited resource, as are other resources we use to input into the food/farm web. 'Sustainable' means looking at the future with lens' that reflect the social, economic and environmental aspects of life. For food we add 'health' as it is hardly sustainable while a billion people in the world are fat/obese, while a similar number go hungry. One third of the world's population are unhealthy because of food. We do not want to sustain that.
Our sustainability reports now also increasingly cover food 'security' and food 'sovereignty', both of which claim improved 'sustainability'. Here (2013) you can find the latest reports, from a variety of sources - academic, company and NGOs, about all how we could promote more sustainable food. There is an archive of these reports going back over 7 years.
There also online learning materials that are being developed for different levels in work organisations..
This sort of site (Google site) is a bit like a cross between old fashioned html site with Wikipedia and Facebook. It allows other people - like yourself, to join in and Add documents and photographs, Comment on the Content, and even Edit the site. The Guide (below) explains how. Let us know.