Philip Lymbery | CEO CIWF
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A total rethink

“Every day there is a new confirmation of how destructive, inefficient, wasteful, cruel and unhealthy the industrial agricultural machine is. We need a total rethink of our food and farming systems before it’s too late.”

For 25 years Philip has worked extensively on animal welfare issues, wildlife and the environment. He is a recognised thought leader, his lectures taking him across the globe to meet and exchange ideas with like minded specialists, experts and individuals.

 

He regularly commentates in the media and on speaker platforms about the global effects of industrial farming and has been listed by The Grocer as one of the food industry’s most influential people.

A Global Biodiversity Crisis

“Factory farming to provide ‘cheap’ meat is not only the biggest cause of animal cruelty on the planet, it is also a major driver of wildlife declines. It causes deforestation, soil erosion, marine pollution dead zones and drives species as diverse as jaguars, elephants and penguins to the brink of extinction.”

LATEST NEWS

Latest #BigTable podcast – Philip talks to Peter Egan about Veganism

Latest #PowWow blog –  Horrific Footage Exposes Factory Salmon Farming

Next Speaking Event – On 13th-15th September, 2019 Philip will be speaking and hosting a Round Table meeting at the Rethinking Animals Summit in New York

The Rethinking Animals Summit brings together thought leaders from around the world to debate our unsustainable treatment of other species and the consequences to ourselves and the planet.

The nature of our relationship with other species has enormous and quantifiable impacts on our health, on the environment, global security, our economies, and the viability of the world that our children will inherit. Furthermore, the nature of our relationships to other species and their environments have qualitative moral, ethical and psychological implications for us as a civil society and as individuals.

We cannot afford to ignore the need to change our perceptions of the importance of other species in our lives, nor the need to reconsider the nature of our dominion over theirs.

The care, protection, and conservation of animals world-wide touches all 17 of the  Sustainable Development Goals, and if the United Nations 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development is to be successful, it is imperative that other species be considered in its implementation.

Please see Philip’s interview for Rethinking Animals here 

SPEAKING DATES

Philip Lymbery will be speaking at the following events/venues in 2019:

 

 

Please check back for more upcoming speaking events.

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