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Louise Gray is an author and environmental journalist based in Edinburgh. She is former environment correspondent at The Daily Telegraph newspaper and works freelance for several organisations, including The Guardian and BBC.
Louise's first book, The Ethical Carnivore, won Best Food Book and Best Investigative Work at the Guild of Food Writers Awards 2017.
Increasingly, she is focusing her writing on how individuals can make a difference to climate change though the choices they make, such as the food we eat.
As we enter a time of giving, Louise Gray explores how redistributing Christmas excess to charity - right down to our seasonal sprouts - could help cut food waste
October is peak apple season in the UK but you'll be lucky to find more than four varieties in the supermarket - Louise Gray asks what happened to diversity in our shopping baskets?
In her latest column on the environmental impact of our food, Louise Gray digs up the dirt on Britain's favourite vegetable, the potato.
Louise Gray introduces a new column on the environmental impact of food with a hard look at your breakfast