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Author: Philip Lymbery

The mind of an octopus can be compared to a three-year-old child’s. Are we really going to trap them in barren tanks of water while they await slaughter for food?

Why the Real Threat to the Amazon is on Our Supermarket Shelves The noise was deafening as dust clouds formed beside the impenetrable Amazon rainforest. A bulldozer then started clanking through a clearing, its engine roaring. A heavy-duty metal chain originally

Last Saturday (15th March), it was a great honour to welcome Dr Amir Khan to the stage of the magnificent Sheldonian Theatre to deliver our 2024 Peter Roberts Memorial Lecture, hosted by the Oxford Literary Festival.

Why the Real Threat to the Amazon is on Our Supermarket Shelves The noise was deafening as dust clouds formed beside the impenetrable Amazon rainforest. A bulldozer then started clanking through a clearing, its engine roaring. A heavy-duty metal chain originally

Why the Real Threat to the Amazon is on Our Supermarket Shelves

Why the Real Threat to the Amazon is on Our Supermarket Shelves The noise was deafening as dust clouds formed beside the impenetrable Amazon rainforest. A bulldozer then started clanking through a clearing, its engine roaring. A heavy-duty metal chain originally

Smallholders like the late Osvalinda Pereira face a campaign of deadly threats and harassment from big companies that produce feed for animals in Europe and China

“The time to create a better legal future for animals that gives them the protection they so desperately need is now,” says Birmingham City University (BCU) animal law expert ahead of the fourth annual UK Animal Law Conference, taking place

For all the animal, farming, food and environment news from March and April, please use this great update From news on ending the cage age and climate change, to why eating insects won’t save the planet, plus a whole lot more…