Mornings. I love them. I love to get up extra early and soak in the calming stillness. The feeling of life awakening. A window into another world.
Developed nations need to cut consumption of meat, milk and egg to avoid soil crisis, says author of ‘Sixty Harvests Left’, Philip John Lymbery
I could scarcely believe it. Last month, the UK Government dropped its Animal Welfare (Kept Animals) Bill and consequently its manifesto commitment to ban live animal exports. Dashing the hopes of a self-confessed nation of animal lovers.
Taking its title from a chilling warning made by the United Nations that the world's soils could be gone within a lifetime, Sixty Harvests Left uncovers how the food industry threatens our world. Put simply, without soils there will be
Live animal exports: UK Government just dropped its planned ban on practices that belong in the Dark Ages
The Conservatives had promised in their manifesto to stop the barbaric practice of sending young calves and other animals on horrific, over-long journeys abroad