This has been a big week for me with the launch of my latest book, Sixty Harvests Left: How to Reach a Nature-friendly Future.
Mega-farms housing hundreds of thousands of animals are becoming more prominent across the British countryside
In his new book Sixty Harvests Left, Scotsman columnist and CEO of Compassion in World Farming Philip Lymbery argues that industrial farming methods are endangering the planet
After decades of wastefulness and over-consumption, society is now facing the consequences of living “as if there is an endless summer”, according to animal advocate Philip Lymbery.
By 2040, the world’s population is predicted to rise to nine billion—and we all need to eat. Enter a new generation of bright ideas, novel protein sources and radical farmers.
At the crime scene, there was much finger-pointing and chatter about the assailant’s entry and exit. The side of a wooden house had been ripped off. And after a smash-and-grab raid, no doubt prompted by the delicious smell of cooking
More than 1,000 US-style factory farms are unraveling across the UK. New data reveals that some of the massive farms hold as many as a million animals.
Mega-farms, which hold hundreds of thousands of animals (and in some cases more than one million), are rife across the UK, according to new research.