Two years ago, world leaders gathered in Glasgow for crucial talks on tackling climate change. That meeting saw government pledges that narrowed the gap between a liveable future and catastrophe.
I was taking the night train to Nanyang in China's Henan province and spent the last hour before I reached my destination looking at mile upon mile of maize, or corn as it’s often known.
COP28 climate change summit must tackle the shocking amount of greenhouse gas emissions produced by farming
Up to a third of greenhouse gas emissions globally are caused by food and the way it is produced
Goodness, it’s been a rollercoaster ride beyond compare. I wrote previously about how this year was a big one in prospect, not least because of the coronation of a new King and a possible ban on live animal exports, a
Refrigerated lorries mean there is no need to send animals on 60-hour journeys to be slaughtered