Farm animal welfare and sustainability.  Can we have both?

Sunday Feb 19th

Post talk information from the Compassion in World Farming Speaker Vanessa Neat:

  • 2 videos which were unable to be shown on the night
  • a 3rd for those who might have missed the talk

Vanessa says “The following Trilogy of videos which were made to launch the three books written by Phillip Lymbery CIWF’s Chief Executive summarise very well the issues facing humanity and our way to a better future for animals, humans and the planet.”

Farmageddon – The true cost of cheap meat

Dead zone – Where the wild things were

Sixty Harvest Left – How to reach  a nature-friendly future

CIWF,  the leading international charity campaigning for farm animal welfare,  believes that all farm animals should live without pain, suffering or distress and should be respectfully and humanely treated before and at the point of slaughter.

CIWF works to improve farm animal welfare around the world and has been instrumental in achieving dramatic reforms in Europe. 

EU Parliament launch of the ‘End the Cage Age’ European Citizens’ Initiative

Vanessa Neat lives locally and has been a voluntary speaker for Compassion in World Farming for several years speaking to a wide variety of people in schools, colleges and groups across Surrey, Hampshire and Sussex.