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Following Philip’s appointment this past month as a United Nations Food Systems Champion for the world’s first Food Systems Summit,  we talk fish and travel the globe from the USA to the UK and from the Artic to Asia, to understand how our world is...

[caption id="attachment_18955" align="alignright" width="350"] Reforming food systems is key to protecting wildlife in all its forms, like this kingfisher on my local river | Credit: Philip J Lymbery[/caption] The focus of this year’s global Earth Day is on how we can restore our Earth. Between 20th and...

As a lifelong naturalist who lives on a farm, I am acutely aware of how food, nature and the countryside are interlinked. The other day, I managed to capture on film my first face-on barn owl whilst out walking. It was a very special moment....