Reports

Over the course of the project, we have produced four reports in consultation with our partner organisations, which present a common approach, but each around a different focus within what goes on in home kitchens. Three are so far available, with the fourth to follow soon.


New Report: Fats, oils, grease and kitchen practices implications for policy and intervention

doi: 10.13140/RG.2.2.13146.24005

This report, produced in consultation with Waterwise,is one of four reports introducing a new approach to understanding the role of everyday household practices in domestic resource consumption and addressing the policy challenges this presents. To demonstrate this ‘change points’ approach this report focuses on one such topic: household disposal of fats, oils and grease (FOG) Read more


New Report: Food waste and kitchen practices: implications for policy and intervention

doi: 10.13140/RG.2.2.23212.56960

This report, developed in consultation with Defra, is one of four reports introducing a new approach to understanding the role of everyday household practices in domestic resource consumption and addressing the policy challenges this presents. To demonstrate this ‘change points’ approach this report focuses on one such topic: household food waste. Read more


New report: Food waste, food safety and kitchen practices: implications for policy and intervention

doi: 10.13140/RG.2.2.10747.62243

This report, developed in consultation with the Food Standards Agency, is one of four reports introducing a new approach to understanding the role of everyday household practices in domestic resource consumption and addressing the policy challenges this presents. To demonstrate this ‘change points’ approach this report focuses on one such topic: household food safety in relation to food waste Read more


New report: Energy use, flexibility and domestic food practices: implications for policy and intervention.

doi: 10.13140/RG.2.2.16398.46405

This report, developed in consultation with the Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, is one of four reports introducing a new approach to understanding the role of everyday household practices in domestic resource consumption and addressing the policy challenges this presents. To demonstrate this ‘change points’ approach, in this report we focus on one such topic: tackling energy use in the provision of food at home. Read more

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