For all the animal, farming, food and environment news from October and November, please use this great update From the devastation of avian flu to COP27, and from the industrial farming of octopus to sustainable farming and food waste, plus a
This year’s UN climate change conference – COP27 – took place in Sharm-el-Sheikh in Egypt and ran into overtime as negotiators struggled to agree commitments to tackle the climate emergency.
Ending our exploration into sustainability this year, we are interviewing author and Chief Executive Officer of Compassion in World Farming – Philip Lymbery. His book Sixty Harvests Left: How to Reach a Nature-Friendly Future featured in our sustainability book list
With COP27 under way in Egypt, we have to ask: is South Africa — and the world — going to recognise the perilous position we are in and take action?
Permacrisis, an extended period of instability and insecurity, especially one resulting from a series of catastrophic events, has been crowned ‘Word of the Year’ by dictionary publisher, Collins.
It seems a fitting descriptor for a period that has seen a global pandemic followed by a brutal new war in Europe, a cost-of-living crisis and political turmoil with three UK prime ministers in three months.
How to be sustainable in our everyday choices is one of the biggest questions of the 21st Century. From our travel to our food, it can be a lot to consider in terms of changing the way we live.