Like the Scottish uplands, England’s chalk streams have become an iconic destination for many countryside lovers
Raising animals intensively for food is the biggest source of animal cruelty on the planet. It also happens to be a major emitter of greenhouse gases, responsible for up to 37 percent of global greenhouse gas emissions.
Pesticides and the ripping up of hedgerows and flower meadows has turned much of our countryside into a wildlife desert in recent decades
Live animal exports: UK Government just dropped its planned ban on practices that belong in the Dark Ages
The Conservatives had promised in their manifesto to stop the barbaric practice of sending young calves and other animals on horrific, over-long journeys abroad
‘Final warning’ on climate change can lead us to a beautiful, life-affirming and compassionate world
Food is responsible for about a third of greenhouse gas emissions but rarely gets a mention
Rewilding: A ‘bleak’ landscape is one that’s full of promise and there are natural wonders to be found
Exploring an untamed landscape can be exciting for those who love nature
The other day, a close friend told me a story from her childhood about an old, worn cigar box containing a hundred pieces of rolled paper, each one with a saying.
Nel suo ultimo libro Philip Lymbery, direttore di Compassion in world Farming, spiega come invertire il trend che ci sta portando alla carestia. E dice la sua sui grilli nel piatto e la carne coltivata in laboratorio