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“If animal welfare is close to your heart, this blog from Compassion in World Farming CEO and animal advocate Philip Lymbery is shining a light on animal reform. aiming to inform, educate and debate the future of food, taking a 360-view of all aspects of the meat industry – humanity, animals (farmed and wild) and the planet. A difficult, but important, subject, Philip himself warns that the content of the blog ‘won’t always be pretty, but it’ll give you the facts and make you think – it is for all those who want to hear about the here, the now and the future’.

For those who want to see a future still filled with animals free and out in the wild… a must read” –  Vuelio June 2020

 

Philip’s blog has been rated a Top 10 Green Blog by Vuelio for three consecutive years: 2018, 2019 and 2020.
Please Note: Vuelio will not be doing a Top 10 Green Blog ranking in 2021 but will resume this ranking in 2022

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On Friday 16th September our wonderful Patron, Deborah Meaden joined me on stage with presenter and journalist, Matt Stadlen to discuss how kindness...

This has been a big week for me with the launch of my latest book, Sixty Harvests Left: How to Reach a Nature-friendly...

Today, on the occasion of the United Nations International Day of Friendship, we welcome a very personal guest blog from a dear friend...

Dr Tracey Jones, Global Director of Food Business at Compassion in World Farming, shares the award winners and her thoughts, following the annual...

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