November Big Table Round Up Blog
This Roundup blog includes all the news and animal welfare activity from October and November. From pre and post reports on the climate talks at COP26 to a major new report on Octopus Farming, and from Antibiotic resistance news to our Patron Chris Packham CBE, delivering the Peter Roberts Memorial Lecture at the prestigious Sheldonian Theatre.
Please do catch up on the articles, blogs and extensive social media support for all these stories plus so much more.
22nd Nov: Antibiotic resistance: Misuse of these vital drugs on factory farm animals poses a serious threat to modern medicine as we know it
17th Nov: An urgent call for global action to shift to regenerative farming
15th Nov: COP26 climate change summit: World is making serious mistakes in bid to stop dangerous global warming
8th Nov: COP26 climate change summit: We can make our own hope by taking action over our diet
4th Nov: Cop26 is overlooking an oven-ready solution to global warming – an end to emission-spewing factory farming
1st Nov: COP26 climate change summit: Why even Boris Johnson can see that plant-based alternatives to meat have a big part to play in cutting emissions
25th Oct: Christmas cancelled? Why not reimagine the festive season with family, humanity and animals in mind?https://www.scotsman.com/news/opinion/columnists/christmas-cancelled-why-not-reimagine-the-festive-season-with-family-humanity-and-animals-in-mind-philip-lymbery-3429296
18th Oct: COP26: Shocking rate of species extinction threatens the health of the natural world on which humans depend
11th Oct: Octopus farming is immoral, given everything we know about this highly intelligent and solitary animal
5th Oct: World Animal Day: Why Charles Darwin and St Francis of Assisi would have been fans of organic farming
13th Nov: Kind: The Little Word With The Big Heart
10th Nov: Chris Packham CBE, Takes The Stage For The Peter Roberts Memorial Lecture
1st Nov: At COP26 Action Will Speak Louder Than Words
14th Oct: 10 Crucial Reasons To Never Eat ‘Cheap’ Meat
Social Media – Top Stories
— Philip Lymbery (@philip_ciwf) November 1, 2021
"Octopus farming is immoral, given everything we know about this highly intelligent animal."
— The Scotsman (@TheScotsman) October 11, 2021
Top Media Tweet
So looking forward Sunday & The Peter Roberts Memorial Lecture @oxfordlitfest in honour of our great founder
The special guest lecture to be given by naturalist, presenter, author, dear friend & @ciwf Patron @ChrisGPackham
Pls join us if you can, 12 noon 7th Nov @SheldonianOxUni pic.twitter.com/ydVISnQnql
— Philip Lymbery (@philip_ciwf) November 5, 2021
Chris Packham CBE, delivered the important Peter Roberts Memorial Lecture at The Sheldonian Theatre, Oxford on Sunday 7th November 2021.
If you missed the lecture, please do watch it here