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This Roundup blog includes all news and animal welfare activity from June and July. From landmark EU Commission decisions to an update on the banning of live exports and the case for a One Health, One Welfare policy.  Please catch up on the articles, blogs...

One of my greatest pleasures each year is presenting the Good Farm Animal Welfare Awards. I’m humbled to share that, since our Food Business programme and awards began in 2007, the total number of animals benefitting (including awards, projects and pledges) is over 2.23 billion....

After the surprise by-election result at Chesham and Amersham, in our eighth episode Dominic discusses whether there is still a need for HS2 and the impact of loosening housing development controls. We highlight the new Australian trade deal and the animals at the heart of...

'Pandemic on a Plate': Whilst the origin of #Covid has been linked to #wildlife in wet markets, the next one could come from pigs or chickens incarcerated in factory farms. Protecting human health means protecting animal health too....

In May 2021 CiWF produced a position statement on Meat Alternatives, and it’s that position that Philip discusses in this shortcast. “Compassion in World Farming believes that meat alternatives are a vital part of the solution in ending factory farming and transforming the global food system...