News of the devastating coronavirus outbreak has led to swift action by the authorities in China in banning the trade in wildlife. According to Reuters, the virus which has killed more than 56 people with many more infected, has been
Twenty-twenty and a new decade dawned with shocking news that Helmut ‘Heli’ Dungler, founder and president of Four Paws, had passed away suddenly, leaving the world to mourn the loss of a real giant in animal welfare.
On Saturday 28th March, 2020 I am delighted to announce that our Patron, Chris Packham CBE will take to the stage for the first annual Peter Roberts Compassion in World Farming Lecture at the Oxford Literary Festival.
It is great to see the brilliant George Monbiot raising the dramatic impact of runaway meat consumption on the environment and future viability of the planet. Whilst agreeing with much of the issues raised, one area that I see things very differently
Intensive Farming is Cruelly Short-sighted - The new IPCC (UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change) report on climate change and land makes a compelling case for a far-reaching rethink of food and farming.
Compassion in World Farming invites entries to its 2020 Sustainable Food and Farming Award which recognises producers and businesses taking steps to farm in ways that protect, improve and restore wildlife and the environment.
Who could fail to be moved by the human and ecological catastrophe unfolding in the wake of the Australian bush fires? We share heartfelt sorrow for the families of the 23 people or more who have lost their lives since