Philip chats to patron of Compassion in World Farming, Joanna Lumley and River Cottage chef, Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall as he leads the capital's largest ever vegan banquet at The Savoy Hotel as guests of WACl, Women in Advertising and Commmunications, London, the city's oldest women's business club.
Philip joins the great and the good of the food world in Abergavenny this year to celebrate the 20th anniversary of one of the very first food festivals in the UK. Here he talks to The Guardian's restaurant critic, Masterchef pundit and judge on BBC Two’s Great British Menu, Grace Dent, also in Abergavenny for the first time, about being 'almost vegan' in the world of food.
CEO of Compassion in World Farming, Philip Lymbery shares a childhood love of conservation with TV presenter and one of Britain's best loved naturalists, Chris Packham and asks him about the big topics facing our food, the countryside, and animal welfare.
Business woman and TV celebrity, Deborah Meaden is known for her appearances on Dragon's Den and Strictly Come Dancing, but she is also a well known and passionate animal lover, a committed supporter of many animal charities and a champion of animal causes. Most recently Deborah played a significant role with TUSK in getting ivory banned from the UK, and talks to Philip on the blog about industrial farming of animals and Compassion's fight to stop live exports...
Philip and Tony Juniper, environmentalist and new director of campaigns and advocacy at WWF find much in common as they discuss the impact of the decline of wildlife on the future of the planet and how a global agreement on the future of farming is key to life on earth.
This month, we visit Compassion in World Farming’s Livestock and Extinction conference in London. With the partnership of the World Wildlife Fund UK, it was the very first of its kind to examine the devastating impact of livestock production on animals, people and the planet.
Philip Lymbery is at Wilderness festival in Oxfordshire to promote his book 'Dead Zone; Where the Wild Things Were'. Among the glittery festival goers, he meets Helen Pilcher, fellow science communicator and author who joins him at the books tent for Bloomsbury Sigma's event,'The Science of Survival' to promote her book 'Bring Back the King: The New Science of De-extinction'.
As CEO for Compassion in World Farming, part of Philip’s job is to persuade factory farmers - and their consumers - to change the way they treat animals destined for the plate. But more than campaigning for a more ethical approach to animals, Philip argues in his book 'Dead Zone; Where the Wild Things Were' that ending the wasteful practice of feeding grain to animals would stop the machine that is also destroying wild life all over the world. As he prepares to take the stage at Bristol's...