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Author: Philip Lymbery

Sitting on a child’s bed are rows of brightly coloured animals. A blue lizard. A golden lion alongside a purple monkey.

In Betty’s Bay, South Africa, one of the world’s wildlife celebrities, an African penguin, was busy shaking herself free from the sea.

Penguins Are Key Indicators of the Ocean’s Health | TIME

In Betty’s Bay, South Africa, one of the world’s wildlife celebrities, an African penguin, was busy shaking herself free from the sea. 

For Philip Lymbery, the author of ‘Farmageddon’, ‘The Dead Zone’ and ‘Sixty Harvests Left’, we have two choices: change how we feed ourselves or prepare for extinction.

Puffin taking off from the sea at Lundy | Credit: Philip Lymbery Sumburgh Head, Shetland, and a timeless love story is being played out. Dressed in what looks like black and white Tuxedos and gently touching each other’s wildly colourful bills,

It’s a tricky time to be writing about food sustainability. The issue seems to be strangely divisive at the moment.

A ban on commercial fishing for sandeels – on which puffins depend – is being challenged by the European Union

“At the current rate of loss, some 12 million hectares of agricultural land per year are rendered useless, an area equivalent to the arable land of Germany, Poland, or Ethiopia.”

O Fórum Animal aderiu a uma grande campanha internacional liderada pela organização Compassion in World Farming (CIWF) para conclamar que líderes mundiais, incluindo o presidente Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva