How did killing method condemned for cruelty become standard? As news emerged over the summer of how Britain’s ‘big four’ supermarkets are sourcing meat from pigs killed using carbon dioxide, outraged consumers have been left with no way of choosing pork, bacon
Forty years ago, as an avid member of the RSPB’s Young Ornithologist’s Club (YOC), I took part in a project to find Britain’s most common garden bird. Decades later and the Big Garden Birdwatch has grown from a ‘one-off’ project to
The acclaimed wildlife naturalist and broadcaster, who has become a patron of the charity Compassion In World Farming, wants people to learn more about animal agriculture.
On the day that highly respected naturalist and broadcaster, Chris Packham has been announced as the latest patron to join Compassion in World Farming, here's another chance to listen to the #BigTable podcast recorded last Autumn in
On the day the highly respected naturalist and broadcaster, Chris Packham has been announced as the latest patron to join Compassion in World Farming, here's an article based on my meeting with Chris last Autumn. The Big Table podcast arising
Whilst speaking at the recent Financial Times conference on Global Food Systems, Philip met with Kostas Stamoulis, Assistant Director General for the Department of Economic and Social Development at the UN Food and Agriculture (FAO) and discussed