Jeremy Irons talks trash
This week we saw Trashed – a hard-hitting film exposé of the global waste crisis and its impact on our world. Our "cheap" meat culture is contributing to the problem, devaluing our food to such an extent that it's routinely thrown away.Read more
Russian Pigs burned alive?
Compassion is seeking urgent action from the World Organisation for Animal Health (also known as the OIE) in response to horrifying footage appearing to show pigs in Russia being burned alive.Read more
Three fitness fanatics who swear by veg
Eat less but better meat. It’s the resounding dietary message of the moment, and we love to shout about it. So you can imagine how excited we are to come across fellow fans of the low-meat/no-meat lifestyle – especially when they’re top…Read more
Know your labels
Recent research for the Labelling Matters campaign showed that consumers are concerned about animal welfare and they would support a method of production labelling system that told them how the animal was kept.Read more
Greater quantity or just better quality?
With the world population predicted to rise to around nine billion by 2050, experts believe that food production must increase dramatically – by further intensifying farming. But is this really the solution?Read more
Consumers want clearer labelling
Eight out of ten UK consumers want to know how their meat and dairy products are produced on pack, according to new research commissioned by Labelling Matters.Read more
Elvis Presley and the factory-farming exposé
We’re always on the lookout for others who are, like us, exposing the truth about factory farming. So we were pretty pleased to come across the little-known Belgian documentary LoveMEATender, which lifts the lid on the intensive-livestock…Read more