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    The Darwin Challenge | 12.06.2017

    It’s World Meat Free Day – and what better time to think about how we can all help work towards a better food system....

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    It’s time to tax ‘cheap’ meat | 22.03.2016

    Last week, (16th March,) George Osborne unveiled a tax on sugary drinks in a bid to combat obesity. Britain will join a growing list of countries with levies on unhealthy food, including France, Norwa...

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    Save the Asian Elephants | 05.11.2015

    I recently returned from Sumatra where I was following up leads on the connection between factory farming and the demise of iconic species like the critically endangered Sumatran elephant....

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    Intensive farming threat to biodiversity | 12.11.2013

    The latest Eurobarometer survey results show that 94% of EU citizens consider intensive farming, along with over-fishing and deforestation, to be a threat to biodiversity...

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    Take Action for Chickens’ Lib | 19.09.2013

    Our close friend and colleague, Clare Druce, has a new book published; Chickens’ Lib. It is beautifully written and a compelling read. Clare puts factory farming under the microscope and comes up with...

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    Say NO to GM chicken | 18.09.2013

    I was concerned to see British government minister, David Willetts, launching a new avian research facility at the University of Edinburgh recently....

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    Decent Animal Welfare | 20.08.2013

    Over the past two decades, the issue of farm animal welfare has made important strides. Some of the very worst factory farm practices have been banned, like veal calf crates or barren battery cages th...

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    Nature of farming | 24.07.2013

    Compassion is proud to support farmers who do the right thing for the animals and the land in their charge as well as the wildlife whose homes are in the countryside. In previous blogs, I interviewed ...

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    Defra: Please don’t keep us in the dark about the food we buy | 18.07.2013

    Scandals such as the horsemeat debacle and more recently Bovine Tuberculosis-infected cattle sneaking into the food chain, spooked a lot of consumers, and understandably so.  The horsemeat scandal led...

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    Puffins on speed! | 17.06.2013

    'Puffin'© Copyright Peter McIlroy and licensed for reuse under Creative Commons Licence Having spent a few days on the ‘Puffin Island’ of Lundy in the Bristol Channel, did I actually get to see a Puff...

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Compassion in World Farming campaigns to end factory farming. My new book, Dead Zone, explores the links between factory farming and the demise of our iconic wildlife, and what we can do to save it.

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