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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

Why The United Nations Food Summit is already a Success - “It is our moral imperative to keep our promise to achieve the...

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

One of my greatest pleasures each year is presenting the Good Farm Animal Welfare Awards. I’m humbled to share that, since our Food...

Today (14th June) campaigners all over the world will unite for the sixth annual International Awareness Day to Ban Live Exports, spearheaded by Compassion...

EU Parliament lends overwhelming support to ending cages, now all eyes on Commission - An historic milestone in the campaign to end the...

Monday 14th June will be Ban Live Export International Awareness Day.  A day to remember why transporting live animals is cruel and unnecessary...

“Study nature, love nature, stay close to nature. It will never fail you.”  Frank Lloyd Wright. As a keen naturalist and birdwatcher, I spend...

Today is World Bee Day – a time to focus on the incredible and unique contribution these tiny insects make to keep our...

The focus of this year’s global Earth Day is on how we can restore our Earth. Between 20th and 22nd April, people in...

You'd be forgiven for thinking that it's just designer furniture, cereal, cotton, oil, gas and miscellaneous gifts like Rubik's cubes, that have been caught...

When I look back over three decades of progress on the way we treat animals, it has been heartening to see how attitudes...

Today, 22nd March 2021, is the United Nations World Water Day. It's about raising awareness of the value of water and the importance...

Today, 3rd March 2021, is United Nations World Wildlife Day: a hugely special day to celebrate the wonder of the world’s wild animals...

Saturday 27th February is International Polar Bear Day.  A day to celebrate these magnificent animals whose plight has drawn the world’s attention to...

It would be hard to find another mammal more persecuted, or more bewitching, than the pangolin. This day, 20th February, is World Pangolin Day. ...

New Report Shows Intensification Drives Loss of Wildlife - In a world struggling to get to grips with Covid, you could be forgiven...

There is something refreshing about a new year. Many of us start with new resolutions or new ideas.  It’s a time when people...

As a lifelong naturalist who lives on a farm, I am acutely aware of how food, nature and the countryside are interlinked. Only...

2020 has been a tough year.  It’s hard to put it into words. What started on an optimistic note, welcoming in the New...

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