With a great sense of privilege and some apprehension, I stepped through the glass doors of the United Nations headquarters in New York for my latest speaking engagement.
Midsummer and the World Cup is in full swing, along with a rise in demand for food and drink. British media headlines are warning that supplies of beer, fizzy drinks and other summertime favourites are threatened by an industrial shortage of
Like me, you may not associate gardening with the impacts of intensive animal agriculture, so I was intrigued to see there was a show garden at The RHS Hampton Court Flower Show that managed to link the two. ‘Conscious Consumerism’ by
This blog is based on my recent meeting with Seth Goldman, Chair of Beyond Meat for my Big Table podcast, which you can download here. New Generation Burger Helps Redefine Protein Downtown Decatur, Georgia, USA and the late summer heat was quick-drying
This blog is based on my recent meeting with Rosie Boycott, journalist, food campaigner, writer and activist, for my Big Table podcast, which you can download here. A few weeks ago, I was speaking at the Hay Literary Festival and was
CO2 shortage a chance to move away from ‘cruel, archaic’ use of gas to slaughter farm animals, say campaigners
Britain’s carbon-dioxide crisis is an opportunity to introduce more humane slaughter methods, according to experts in animal farming.