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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. Pow Wow aims 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, Pow Wow is a must read” –  Vuelio June 2020

 

Philip’s Pow Wow blog has been rated a Top 10 Green Blog by Vuelio for three consecutive years: 2018, 2019 and 2020

Today, as the world celebrates ‘International Jaguar Day’, marvelling at these magnificent and increasingly rare creatures, what few will draw is the connection...

For us at Compassion, the 15th November is always a day to reflect on the legacy of our founder, Peter Roberts MBE, who...

Today, Tom Hunt, award-winning eco-chef, writer and climate change campaigner, is my guest blogger.  His Bristol restaurant Poco, has won numerous awards including...

Today, 2nd October, 2020 is World Farm Animals Day, and today is also the day the European Commission (EU) receives the successful European...

I am so pleased to announce that, having spent months defending the inhumane transport of unweaned calves from Scotland to Europe in the...

To celebrate International Day of Charity, I’m privileged to share information on the wonderful work of South Africa’s Humane Education Trust of...

The annual British Birdwatching Fair or ‘Birdfair’, described as ‘the birder's Glastonbury’, has gone virtual this year due to Covid-19, running from 18th-21st August. ...

August 12th this year marks World Elephant Day, when many will celebrate these wonderful creatures but also express concern at how these magnificent creatures...

Can Genome Editing and Agroecology co-exist in the sustainable food and farming mix? Industrial agriculture increases the “risk of future pandemics and needs...

Shoppers looking to well-known fish certification labels for higher standards of animal welfare are likely to be disappointed, according to the findings of...

My father-in-law, the late Peter Roberts, Founder of Compassion in World Farming, was a deeply spiritual man. When Peter was once asked to...

Earlier this week I was delighted to accept an invitation to participate in the Act #ForNature Global Online Forum. This was an International Consultation...

Wanuskewin heritage park in Saskatchewan, Canada and officials are toasting a new arrival: the first wild bison calf here for more than a...

On Endangered Species Day (15th May), I reflect on the role of one of the major drivers of wildlife declines worldwide: factory farming....

Covid-19 has turned everything upside down for us all. Today’s Earth Day, would have seen me in the United States on a long-planned...