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Today is ‘World Plant Milk Day’, celebrating the health, environment and animal welfare credentials of plant milks like almond and soya. Now, I have no doubt that plant milks are better for animal welfare – after all, there are no animals involved. But what are they doing...

Empathy can be a powerful thing. Who would have predicted that millions of viewers connecting so deeply with the plight of a dead pilot whale calf on Blue Planet II would spark off an international war of outrage on plastics?...

One of the most enjoyable but also important parts of my role working for Compassion in World Farming is meeting and speaking to people from all walks of life and from all parts of the world. The other weekend I had the huge pleasure of attending...