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.
Why do we ignore the most blatant transfer of money from the poor to the rich?
Why do farmers’ groups indulge in such ridiculous scaremongering about the restoration of the natural world?
How Britain has been shagged by the white plague.
Robbing the poor, trashing the natural world: Europe’s farm subsidies are an obscenity.
The poorest taxpayers are subsidising the richest people in Europe: and this spending will remain uncut until at least 2020.
The governments of both the UK and Wales could almost be trying to turn bovine TB into a pandemic.
A new book has forced me to reconsider my views on food.
Green enthusiasm for vertical farms shows that no one is untouched by magical thinking.
As the new badger cull shows, we revert to irrational destruction as soon as our economic interests are threatened.
It’s probably too late to prepare for peak oil, but we can at least try to salvage food production.
Peasant farmers offer the best chance of feeding the world. So why do we treat them with contempt?
They bleat about the free market, then insist that we subsidise them.
If you’re buying Brazilian beef, the answer is yes
An insane European ruling will be the final straw for the English apple