Posted by Robin Oakley — 9 October 2015 at 2:21pm
You’re probably reading this blog because you have some questions raised by the film Cowspiracy. I’d like to address these directly - and tell you a little about our work on animal agriculture around the world.
is landlocked, so it wouldn’t be the first place you would expect to find
fishers! However, this weekend Madrid was met with the presence of more than 50 low-impact fishermen who came from Belgium,
France, Ireland, the Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, and the UK. The meeting
was a notable achievement on the cusp of LIFE’s (Low Impact Fishers of Europe) first
Shell just announced it’s giving up on drilling for oil in the Alaskan Arctic. This is a huge victory for millions of people all around the world who opposed the oil giant’s controversial plans, which put not only the fragile Arctic ecosystem at risk, but the planet as a whole.
John West are failing to meet their commitment to source sustainable tuna
The new Greenpeace tinned tuna league table exposes the wide gulf between UK supermarkets and brands which have taken sustainability seriously and those which have simply broken promises to clean up. Use this to help you decide which brands to buy and which to avoid until they improve.
Fracking firm Third Energy wants to frack for shale gas in Ryedale, North Yorkshire. But before they can go ahead they've got to obtain planning permission -- and right now North Yorkshire County Council is running a consultation on its website, inviting Yorkshire residents to email in with their views.
Smoke caused by forest fires and peatland destruction, is covering about 80% of Sumatra, Indonesia. And it seems like no matter how far you try to escape, the smoke follows.
My wife and daughter should be at our home in Pekanbaru, Riau on the east of Sumatra right now. It’s been more than a month since we moved, or rather escaped to my parent’s house in West Sumatra. But like a dark cloud over my head I’ve since discovered that wherever I go, smoke follows.
Trees and ferns line the Bairaman river and surrounding forest in West Pomio district.
This Sunday people
from more than 60 countries celebrate World Rivers Day by taking part in various activities like festivals, river clean ups and habitat restoration to increase public
awareness about the many values of rivers and the threats they face.
Posted by Kumi Naidoo — 21 September 2015 at 10:58am
I was 22 years old when I had to leave my homeland, South Africa. I had no choice. I was living underground for a year by then, to avoid being arrested. This was 1987, in the midst of one of the most bloody and violent periods in the history of Apartheid South Africa.