This Roundup blog includes all news and animal welfare activity from August and September. From pre and post reports on the United Nations Food Systems Summit, to the influence of the young and how the Gorillas in Uganda are being
As readers will know, Boris Johnson made an impassioned plea at the UN General Assembly for all countries to take action to reduce carbon emissions to save the planet from any further global warming
United Nations Summit Calls for End to ‘War On Nature’ - I’ll never forget seeing empty supermarket shelves during the early days of Covid, with people panic buying and scrabbling for essential supplies. Months on and my local superstore still
Months on and my local superstore still goes for weeks without having frozen veg available. And now shortages of seasonal labour, drivers and gas have raised political questions and sparked media headlines about the possibility of ‘Christmas being cancelled’.
Today, 24th September, is World Gorilla Day and I welcome a personal guest blog from dear friend Dr Gladys Kalema-Zikusoka.
Compassion urges leaders to harness Food Summit momentum to tackle climate, health and nature emergencies
Compassion in World Farming is urging world leaders to harness the momentum garnered at this week’s first-ever United Nations Food Systems Summit (UN FSS) to take clear and radical action towards transforming our broken global food system.
A coalition of meat industry associations has pushed for the upcoming UN food systems summit to boost global meat consumption and promote intensive livestock farming despite its environmental footprint, Unearthed can reveal.
Livestock groups have been lobbying the UN to support more meat and dairy production before a high-profile summit on food sustainability, documents reveal.
Alors que le sommet pour les systèmes alimentaires se réunit jeudi à New York, les industriels du secteur de la viande semblent particulièrement choyés, comme le révèle Greenpeace.
To my mind, the UN Secretary-General has done something extraordinary. In convening the Food Systems Summit, he has hoicked the issue of food to a place resembling where it should be – a major global issue that needs to be