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3 Reasons To Embrace The Flexitarian Diet This Earth Day

3 Reasons To Embrace The Flexitarian Diet This Earth Day

Happy Earth Day 2019! Today we celebrate our planet, with a focus this year on protecting the millions of species we share it with. The unprecedented global destruction and rapid reduction of plant and wildlife populations are directly linked to causes driven by human activity: climate change, deforestation, habitat loss, trafficking and poaching, unsustainable agriculture, […]

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Dead Zone: Where the Wild Things Were

Dead Zone: Where the Wild Things Were

Guest Post by Philip Lymbery, Chief Executive of Compassion in World Farming, the leading international farm animal welfare organisation, and author of Dead Zone: Where the Wild Things Were published by Bloomsbury in paperback, 8 March 2018 When you close your eyes and imagine where the very best food comes from, what does it look […]

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#TurnYourNoseUp at Pig Factories

#TurnYourNoseUp at Pig Factories

I always find writing about animal welfare very difficult. My research often includes shocking articles to read or footage to watch. Time and time again, I am bewildered by the amount of cruelty that goes on in factory farms. That’s why I am so glad to help spread the word about the new #TurnYourNoseUp at Pig Factories […]

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Let's Talk Turkey

Let’s Talk Turkey

It was only a matter of time but I finally said it: “Shall we drop the turkey this year?”. My husband raised an eyebrow: “really?”. “Well yes” I replied “I find it quite sinister to eat an animal whose sole purpose in life is to grace our Christmas table”. I started on my flexitarian journey […]

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