Author: Philip Lymbery

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.

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

In September 2019, the International Space Station was undertaking an extraordinary mission: to produce the first beef in space.

Philip Lymbery explains how space-age cultivated meat might change our taste buds forever.

In June 2023, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) authorized two California based companies, Upside Foods and Good Meat, to sell chicken grown from cells in a lab.

What can we as citizens do to be more environmentally mindful when we purchase and consume food?

Three year old Esme with her beloved scooter and rescue dog, Baloo ‘In a world of sharp words, stony glances, concrete hearts and hardened minds, be the softest place’ Jen Brady A friend’s 3-year-old granddaughter had recently learnt to ride her scooter.

As I shivered in the fading light, the wait seemed eternal. Everywhere was cold and quiet, the kind of brittle stillness where the snap of a twig rippled through the air. For ages, nothing happened. Then came an evocative sound