All life on our planet is interconnected and our future depends on treating it with compassion and respect. By recognising this, we can protect the world’s wildlife and soils as if our life depends on it – because it does.
With The Festive Season Soon Upon Us During A Winter Of Financial Crisis, The World Outside Our Window Can Feel Distant
This is especially true where the cost of taking action to save the planet is concerned. But rather like getting treatment for a life-threatening disease, putting off doing the right thing will only cost us dear in the future. In
5x15 brings together five outstanding individuals to tell of their lives, passions and inspirations. There are only two rules - no scripts and only 15 minutes each. 5x15 · Philip Lymbery On Sixty Harvests Left
As billionaires fantasise about moving to Mars, it’s time to embrace nature-friendly farming to save Earth from ‘Age of Loneliness’
With the festive season soon upon us during a winter of financial crisis, the world outside our window can feel distant. Especially where the cost of taking action to save the planet is concerned
Philip Lymbery is the global CEO of Compassion in World Farming. He has dedicated his life to improving the lives of billions of animals and birds. Here he explains why he cares about animal welfare, how he goes about achieving
Regular readers of my blogs will know that I’m very much in favour of restoring farmed animals to our fields and bringing landscapes to life through rewilding.
Foodback brought together the pioneers of change in agriculture and food at the Food Impact Conference
The Food Impact Conference (GEK), organized by EIT Food Turkey Hub Foodback, took place online on December 6th. Important names in the field took part as speakers at the conference, which aims to create a long-term impact by addressing social
Carlos Fiolhais chose a dozen of the most recent works released in Portugal