Environmental Journalism

Welcome to my page dedicated to environmental and sustainability journalism!

My name is Natasha Spencer-Jolliffe, and I am a UK-based Environmental Journalist. I have extensive experience covering issues related to sustainability, climate change, renewable energy and the environment.

Below you will find articles I have written for various print and digital publications, including magazines, newspapers, websites and blogs.

I believe strongly in the importance of informing people about the environment and key sustainability issues. My approach to journalism is to communicate those issues in accessible and clear language which everyone can understand.

I also strive to profile positive initiatives and stories around environmental solutions, or highlight individuals and organisations who are making a significant contribution to tackling global issues.

Do you require articles, press releases or web content written?

I would be delighted to hear from you. I have worked with corporations, start-ups, NGOs, government departments and individual clients to create compelling content around sustainability and the environment.

Please get in touch if you would like more information. I offer a free initial consultation to discuss your needs and how I can help you communicate your environmental message effectively.

You can email me at natasha@natashaspencer.co.uk or find out more information about me on my website natashaspencerjolliffe.co.uk

USDA progresses project to assess ‘raised with antibiotics’ market

Consumers and the wider food industry are asking for greater transparency and accountability in placing antibiotics claims on animal-based products.

In recent weeks, several big players and legislative shifts have shaken the manufacturing industry with calls for better antibiotics claims management.

On 14 June, the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) announced that its Agricultural Research Service (ARS) would partner with the Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) to conduct a n

Rainforest Alliance praises Nescafé for regenerative agriculture efforts

Instant coffee brand Nescafé is supporting coffee farmers to adopt regenerative agricultural practices, according to a recent supply chain assessment by Rainforest Alliance that highlighted “encouraging trends”.

On 6th June 2023, the Nestlé-owned coffee company released its Nescafé Plan 2030 Progress Report, detailing its progress towards its sustainability goals. The results indicate that farmers are gradually adopting regenerative agricultural practices and improving yields. Regenerative agri
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