Ed Hamer discovers how the proposed EU Seed Law threatens to undermine the livelihoods of small growers and businesses.
How can permaculture be squared with traditional farming systems? Federico Filippi is working on it.
Chris Smaje digs deep.
Mike Hannis wonders what "no net loss of biodiversity" really means.
Fishing quotas result in concentration rather than conservation, writes Emma Cardwell.
The privatisation of Royal Mail: is this localism?
Mike Hannis finds that indebtedness among small farmers is an old story with far-reaching implications.
Peter Harper of CAT suggests taking the cult out of permaculture.
Permaculture seems to have grown almost as many interpretations as there are practitioners. Patrick Whitefield talks to Simon Fairlie.