Every Friday we round up the most interesting, inspiring or funny stories we came across while conducting research for our news stories. This week: Picnic Recipe for Animal Lovers – Animal lovers will struggle to find picnic food containing meat and eggs produced in high welfare conditions. The solution? Make your own.
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Picnic Recipe for Animal Lovers
Animal lovers will struggle to find picnic food containing meat and eggs produced in high welfare conditions. The solution? Make your own.
We Shouldn’t Simply Try To Change People’s Values When It Comes To the Environment
For more than four decades the front lines of environmental campaigning have been located in the worlds of politics and technology. New laws driving cleaner and more efficient ways of doing things have been at the core of the environmental agenda, and up to a point it has worked.
The 2012 drought will dent farm profits and push up food prices.
Rio+20: Mobilising Progress on Sustainable Development – Video
The last two decades have seen too much talk and too little action on sustainable development. In the aftermath of a disappointing outcome at Rio+20, what can be done to reignite the mission to create change?
As Dairy Farmers, All We’re Asking for Is a Fair Day’s Pay
We’re with the protesters – cows are our lifetime’s work yet we make a loss on every litre of milk and it’s only going to get worse.
We’re All Climate-Change Idiots
Climate change is staring us in the face. The science is clear, and the need to reduce planet-warming emissions has grown urgent. So why, collectively, are we doing so little about it?
Food prices are at the mercy of global pressures that we struggle to control
Beyond the outcry about the cost of milk at home lies a deeper problem of international supply and demand.
Dirkje Koene is a Copywriter for Fairfood International.
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