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News Section Icon Published 30/01/2014

Farmageddon warns of impending food crisis

Farmageddon, a book written by Compassion in World Farming's CEO Philip Lymbery with political journalist Isabel Oakeshott, is out today.

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News Section Icon Published 29/01/2014

Six countries still flouting sow stall ban

Compassion welcomes the news that the final six countries failing to comply with the European Union (EU) partial sow stall ban are being brought to account by the European Commission.

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News Section Icon Published 27/01/2014

Compassion urges MPs to save countryside

Philip Lymbery, CEO of Compassion in World Farming, has spent three years investigating the hidden cost of cheap meat and the devastating impact of factory farming on people, animals and our planet.

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News Section Icon Published 22/01/2014

Dead cattle wash up on beach

The carcasses of fourteen cows have been found washed up on beaches in Denmark and Sweden. Police suspect that the cows were thrown overboard from a live transport vessel in the Baltic sea.

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News Section Icon Published 15/01/2014

Compassion objects to cloning farm animals

Compassion is deeply concerned by news reports that BGI (Beijing Genomics Institute) is cloning pigs on an industrial scale in China.

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News Section Icon Published 14/01/2014

Meat Atlas: lessons to learn about meat and the world

A new report published by Friends of the Earth and Heinrich Böll Stiftung, presents the environmental and societal impact of global meat and dairy production.

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News Section Icon Published 13/01/2014

Obituary: Alexandra Bastedo

The actress Alexandra Bastedo, who died on Sunday 12 January, had been an active Patron of Compassion in World Farming for over 20 years.

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