Philip Lymbery | The Wardrobe Crisis – Animals Have Feelings Too
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The Wardrobe Crisis – Animals Have Feelings Too

You probably already know that industrialised farming is chemically intensive and a big greenhouse gas polluter – but how much do you really know about animal agriculture? About its enormous scale, the waste and the way we treat the animals that feed us, and provide leather for the fashion industry?

In this interview Philip Lymbery, CEO of Compassion in World Farming and author of Farmageddon, provides a powerful argument for a system reset.