Letters to the FT in response to their article “Have we reached peak meat?” (Dec 28th)

We were encouraged to see that the Financial Times had published some letters from fellow PFLA members raising questions about their article from December 28th entitled “Have we reached peak meat?”. John Meadley’s can be read on this link: Pasture and ruminants will heal the soil David Wilson’s is...
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Methane and Climate Change

There has been increasing research into the impact of methane from livestock on climate change. The article below from The Land magazine provides a fascinating examination of the current evidence. Click on the link to read it. A_Convenient_Untruth-1 Simon F re methane
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The True Cost of Food

True cost accounting in food and agriculture takes into account the external costs of cheap food production – the environmental and social costs paid for by future generations, and the production costs hidden by heavy subsidies and taxes. The below articles by the Sustainable Food Trust argue that we should pay more...
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