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.
A garden left to rewild Amongst the many celebrations of the coronation of King Charles III, one that particularly caught my eye was about wildlife-friendly gardening. Paying tribute to the monarch’s longstanding commitment to the natural world, the Coronation Gardens for
Pesticides and the ripping up of hedgerows and flower meadows has turned much of our countryside into a wildlife desert in recent decades
A special guest blog from Joyce D’Silva. All over the world animals are suffering, billions of them in factory farms, others undergoing painful experiments
Food history has been made in America this month with the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) having authorised the sale of cultivated chicken - chicken grown from stem cells in a bioreactor.
This month sees the launch of a very special biography that tells the little-known story of two brave pioneers who founded Compassion in World Farming. Part biography and part modern modern-day animal welfare history, the story is of a couple
Mornings. I love them. I love to get up extra early and soak in the calming stillness. The feeling of life awakening. A window into another world.