As environmental breakdown threatens to render large parts of the planet unfarmable, how can mass starvation best be averted?
The world’s most damaging farm products? Organic pasture-fed beef and lamb.
New revelations show how one of the most treasured rivers in Europe is being killed by intensive livestock farms.
When sewage treatment goes right, it’s just as harmful as when it goes wrong. Here are the shocking reasons why.
We won’t defend ourselves from the global food crisis by destroying what remains of our wildlife.
Our team uncovers the remarkable, but scarcely understood, truth about river pollution.
Across the UK, our rivers are being turned into filthy, dead gutters, at astonishing, heartbreaking speed.
Farmfree foods might be the only thing that gets us – and much of the rest of the living world – through this century.
The livestock industry is trashing the living world, and free-range, pasture-fed meat is the worst offender.
The government’s Agriculture Bill seeks to replace regulation with public money. Who will contest this new protection racket?
How an animal welfare charity ended up endorsing seal killing – and what this says about our age
Defending the living world and its people requires a shift from meat to a plant-based diet
This is George Monbiot’s response to the government consultation document Health and Harmony: the future for food, farming and the environment in a Green Brexit
A US-UK trade deal threatens to export the horrors of US corporate livestock production
This is the question everyone should be attending to – where is the food going to come from?
The scale and speed of environmental collapse is beyond imagination.
Farming animals is as unsustainable as mining coal.
The attempt to turn the Lake District into a World Heritage site would be a disaster
Brexit could wreck the British countryside – or it could save it. It depends on getting our voices heard.
This explains how the rough estimates of the area occupied by sheep in the UK were derived.