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There’s a battle raging over the future of food and the countryside; some see industrial farming as the way forward to feeding a growing population.
In reality there is enough food for everyone, but much is wasted, not least by feeding precious crops to animals crowded and confined on industrial farms; a cruel and wasteful practice.
Compassion in World Farming, campaigns to end factory farming; my book, ‘Farmageddon: The true cost of cheap meat’, explodes the myths behind the system; our vision is better food for the benefit of animal welfare, people, the countryside. Thank you for your support.
I will be speaking about Farmageddon at the following events:
14th April 2015 - Paris, France: Food and Climate Change Conference, National Assembly
14th May 2015 - Warsaw, Poland: Intensive Agriculture Seminar, by CIWF Poland and Institute of Rural and Agricultural Studies of the Polish Academy of Science and the Foundation for the Development of Polish Agriculture, 11.00am
Philip Lymbery is Chief Executive Officer of Compassion in World Farming and co-author of Farmageddon: The True Cost of Cheap Meat. He is an internationally respected authority on the impact of industrial agriculture on people, animals and the planet.