Toxic chemicals deliberately added to sewage are being spread across a vast area of farmland, with potentially catastrophic effects. We’re suing the government to stop it.
The astonishing story of how a movement’s quest for rural simplicity drifted into a formula for mass death
Why do we put up with daily assaults on our health? It has everything to do with corporate power.
The spectacular implosion of a popular delusion about livestock farming.
Bucolic fairytales are a threat to life on Earth.
Sewage pollution by the water companies is just one of the deadly attacks on our rivers.
Claims that cattle ranching sequesters carbon and restores ecosystems have been used in highly effective marketing campaigns by the livestock industry. Just one problem: they’re greenwash.
A gulf in public understanding prevents us from seeing how and why our food supply is at risk.
There’s a legal means of creating a pandemic that could kill millions.
Those who dismiss this solution to the greatest threat to Earth systems have a duty to propose a better one. So where is it?
Livestock farming is responsible for more greenhouse gas pollution than all the world’s transport. Yet governments won’t touch it.
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.