Katie Miller

Mushrooms, moving house and a month without plastic

Can you move house without plastic? And what do Pringles have to do with plastic-free life?

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Mushrooms, moving house and a month without plastic

Can you move house without plastic? And what do Pringles have to do with plastic-free life?

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Plastic challenge – day one was a mixed bag

Day one of an attempt to live without plastic for a month – some unexpected challenges

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Plastic challenge – day one was a mixed bag

Day one of an attempt to live without plastic for a month – some unexpected challenges

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Fish Friday: Trout by guest blogger Tom Hunt

Love smoked fish? Give it a whirl in your own kitchen or buy some ready-smoked for this delicious recipe from chef and forager extraordinaire, Tom Hunt.

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Fish Friday: Trout by guest blogger Tom Hunt

Love smoked fish? Give it a whirl in your own kitchen or buy some ready-smoked for this delicious recipe from chef and forager extraordinaire, Tom Hunt.

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Cycling to save the seas!

Find out what happened when two of our intrepid Biodiversity team cycled 73 miles through the night in support of the Environmental Justice Foundation

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Cycling to save the seas!

Find out what happened when two of our intrepid Biodiversity team cycled 73 miles through the night in support of the Environmental Justice Foundation

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Why didn’t the crab share his toys? He was too shellfish.

The Shellfish Association of Great Britain (SAGB) are holding their 44th annual conference, dinner and AGM today and tomorrow, at Fishmonger’s Hall in London. I am always keen to listen to people talk about fish and seafood, and I’m lucky to

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Why didn’t the crab share his toys? He was too shellfish.

The Shellfish Association of Great Britain (SAGB) are holding their 44th annual conference, dinner and AGM today and tomorrow, at Fishmonger’s Hall in London. I am always keen to listen to people talk about fish and seafood, and I’m lucky to

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Fish of the Fortnight: hake by guest blogger Great British Chefs

Delicious hake fish recipes to try – yum!

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Fish of the Fortnight: hake by guest blogger Great British Chefs

Delicious hake fish recipes to try – yum!

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Fish of the Fortnight: red mullet by guest blogger Great British Chefs

Welcome to our first Fish of the Fortnight guest blog! This week, our friends at Great British Chefs have some fantastic red mullet recipes to tempt you.

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Fish of the Fortnight: red mullet by guest blogger Great British Chefs

Welcome to our first Fish of the Fortnight guest blog! This week, our friends at Great British Chefs have some fantastic red mullet recipes to tempt you.

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Sustainable Seafood Week

It’s sustainable seafood week! I am hearing cries of joy and elation around the office, because here at ClientEarth we just love sustainable seafood. I’m sure that’s what the cries of joy are about anyway, I haven’t ventured to ask. Two years

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Sustainable Seafood Week

It’s sustainable seafood week! I am hearing cries of joy and elation around the office, because here at ClientEarth we just love sustainable seafood. I’m sure that’s what the cries of joy are about anyway, I haven’t ventured to ask. Two years

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Is sustainability a fad for the wealthy?

Does food have to be fashionable and how does sustainability fit in?

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Is sustainability a fad for the wealthy?

Does food have to be fashionable and how does sustainability fit in?

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Overfishing is fated to continue without policy reform

Scientists says cod catch should be slashed by 69%, and fishing policy must change to allow this to happen.

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Overfishing is fated to continue without policy reform

Scientists says cod catch should be slashed by 69%, and fishing policy must change to allow this to happen.

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