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Philip’s Blog informs, educates and debates what’s going on with the future of our food and the impact on us all: humanity, animals, both farmed and wild, and on the planet. It’s a one-stop, interrogative and informative Blog that will get you thinking, get you talking and keep you ahead of the curve. It won’t always be pretty, but it’ll give you the facts and make you think. ‘Pow Wow’ is for all those who want to hear about, the here, the now and the future.
Rated a Top 10 Green Blog by Vuelio May 2018

This article is based on my recent meeting with Allan Jenkins, Editor of the Observer Food Monthly, for my Big Table podcast....

Big change starts with recognition. It was encouraging then to see animal welfare being recognised as an issue of importance in China at...

“How come that a species capable of creating a rocket that goes to the moon is destroying its only home?” Jane Goodall PhD,...

This article is based on my recent meeting with world-renowned primatologist and foremost expert on chimpanzees Dr Jane Goodall DBE, UN Messenger for...

Last Saturday, 22nd September, thousands of people gathered in Hyde Park, London and made history by participating in the first People’s Walk for Wildlife....

Launching the biggest ever campaign for farm animals I am hugely excited to be in Brussels for the launch of our biggest ever...

This blog is based on my recent meeting with Grace Dent, award-winning restaurant critic, journalist, author and broadcaster, for my Big Table podcast....

This article is based on my recent meeting with Chris Packham for my Big Table podcast....

Today is ‘World Plant Milk Day’, celebrating the health, environment and animal welfare credentials of plant milks like almond and soya. Now, I have...

Empathy can be a powerful thing. Who would have predicted that millions of viewers connecting so deeply with the plight of a dead...

One of the most enjoyable but also important parts of my role working for Compassion in World Farming is meeting and speaking to...

Like me, you may not associate gardening with the impacts of intensive animal agriculture, so I was intrigued to see there was a...

This blog is based on my recent meeting with Seth Goldman, Chair of Beyond Meat for my Big Table podcast, which you can...

This blog is based on my recent meeting with Rosie Boycott, journalist, food campaigner, writer and activist, for my Big Table podcast, which...

This week, here at Compassion in World Farming, we’ve been preparing to recognise and celebrate companies taking action to improve farm animal welfare....

Today, Thursday 14th June, many thousands of people, across 35 countries, from Brazil to Australia and from Ireland to Turkey are coming together...

Dr Sylvia Earle, has been an inspiration to me for many years and is the ground-breaking author of  The World Is Blue: How Our...

This blog is based on my recent meeting with Erik Solheim, Executive Director of the United Nations Environment Programme, for my Big Table...

We all love bees and it appears none more so than the British. The insects have been identified as the number one endangered species that...

Penguins are one of the most popular species on our planet, thanks in part to their fascinating communities and charming personalities....

Earth Day this Sunday 22nd April, will highlight how humanity is threatening the survival of the planet and draw attention to the need...

As the sun rises on another World Health Day this Saturday, we often choose to look within and focus on the small changes...