How public money and crazy policies speed water off the land and into our homes
It’s about time we discussed the real population crisis.
The agencies supposed to protect the living world have been neutered, and polluters and wildlife destroyers now have a free hand.
The hideous pollution case I stumbled on illustrates our failure to see the harm caused by animal farming.
The BBC’s coverage of the countryside is a biased, unquestioning, deferential disgrace.
The cruelties of factory farming shelter behind a fairytale image, promoted by advertisers and children’s authors.
The astonishing, multiple crises caused by chicken farming.
Almost all other issues are superficial by comparison to soil loss. So why don’t we talk about it?
A winter’s tale that won’t put you off your dinner. Much.
Every child should visit an abattoir. If you disagree, ask yourself why.
Allan Savory tells us that increasing livestock numbers can reduce desertification and reverse climate change – but where is the scientific evidence?
Neonicotinoids appear to have devastating effects across the natural world: we need a global moratorium.
In an extraordinary coup, farmers’ unions and the UK government have torpedoed the European Soil Framework Directive
How the perverse consequences of a great idea are destroying the natural world.
Corrupt, irrational, destructive, counter-productive: this scarcely begins to describe our farming policy.
How the government’s farming policies have produced a perfectly designed system for flooding your home.
Never mind the evidence, we’ll do something eye-catching.
The hidden and remarkable story of why devastating floods keep happening.
The argument seems, once more, decisively to favour veganism.
It’s time we confronted the National Farmers’ Union and the millionaires it works for.