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Press Releases and Media Statements

News Section Icon Published 11/18/2021

Resistance and Responsibility: Antibiotic Use in Supermarket Supply Chains

New report finds supermarket shoppers could be buying meat produced with irresponsible antibiotic use

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News Section Icon Published 11/15/2021

Compassion ‘deeply concerned’ that COP26 agreement side-steps key food system issues

Compassion in World Farming responds to COP26 agreement as conference draws to a close

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News Section Icon Published 11/7/2021

Pledge to Protect Nature Ignores Vital Issue of Meat Reduction

Compassion in World Farming response to announcement that 45 governments have signed pledge to protect nature

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News Section Icon Published 11/5/2021

New report warns diets must change to halt climate catastrophe

Global meat and dairy consumption must be dramatically reduced if we are to avert a climate catastrophe

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News Section Icon Published 11/3/2021

Chris Packham CBE honours late founder of Compassion in World Farming ahead of COP26

Well-known naturalist, author and presenter will be the guest lecturer at the Oxford Literary Festival’s inaugural event in honour of Compassion's late founder, Peter Roberts MBE

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News Section Icon Published 11/1/2021

World leaders must address impact of food and animal agriculture on climate change at COP26

Over 100 NGOs and prominent figures sign joint statement

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