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14 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Philip Lymbery. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Philip Lymbery, often where they are interviewed.

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14 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Philip Lymbery. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Philip Lymbery, often where they are interviewed.

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Philip Lymbery - How to Live Sustainably in a Changing World

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Our meat and dairy intensive diets are destroying the planet. In this week's podcast, animal welfare environmentalist Philip Lymbery shares the new science of living sustainably and makes a powerful case for changing how we eat.

From vegan alternatives to free range pasturised meat, cultured meat to precision fermentation, Philips considers the new dietary habits, technological innovations and political developments that could change the way we farm and eat and make a seismic impact on the climate crisis.
Nov 16 2020 · 48mins
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Ep#1: Interview with Philip Lymbery

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For the first episode of Animals in Europe our host and CEO Reineke Hameleers interviews Philip Lymbery, CEO of Compassion in World Farming and President of Eurogroup for Animals. 

Oct 16 2020 · 23mins

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Episode Three - Philip Lymbery | CEO | Compassion in World Farming | Part 2

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In the second part of their ground-breaking conversation with the Global CEO of Compassion in World Farming, Philip Lymbery, Peter and Andrew delve into the business of intensive dairy farming. The conversation includes:

• Details of the life of a dairy cow

• The extreme metabolic pressures on cows

• What an intensive dairy farm looks like

• How Philip and British Journalist Isabel Oakeshott came to develop the book, ‘Farmageddon’

• The weight and might of the industrialised agriculture business

• How factory farming is decimating the natural environment

• How eating better, ethically sourced meat & dairy – or removing them completely – will literally save the world.

• How intensive farming is driving real farmers out of business.

As always, please subscribe and share because knowledge is power. When we know better, we do better. And contact Peter and Andrew at any time by searching for Orange Planet Pictures on social media or emailing life@orangeplanetpictures.com
Oct 05 2020 · 31mins
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Feed & Flourish: The Klosters Forum in conversation with Philip Lymbery

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Hannah MacInnes joins Philip Lymbery, Chief Executive Officer of Compassion in World Farming and a commentator on the effects of industrial farming, on The Klosters Forum Feed & Flourish Podcast series, to discuss the topic of biodiversity and ways in which we can transform our food systems in order to positively preserve our planet. 

He is an award winning author, ornithologist, photographer, naturalist and self-confessed animal advocate. For 25 years Philip has worked extensively on animal welfare issues, wildlife and the environment. He is a recognised thought leader, his lectures taking him across the globe to meet and exchange ideas with like minded specialists, experts and individuals. He regularly commentates in the media and on speaker platforms about the global effects of industrial farming, including on animal welfare, wildlife, soil and other natural resources, as well as the need for a more balanced, regenerative food system.

Sep 30 2020 · 27mins

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Episode Two - Philip Lymbery | CEO | Compassion in World Farming | Part 1

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In the first of a two-part conversation, Peter and Andrew speak Philip Lymbery. Philip is Global Chief Executive Officer of the leading international farm animal welfare organisation, Compassion in World Farming, Visiting Professor at the University of Winchester and the President of Eurogroup for Animals, Brussels. He is an award-winning author, ornithologist, photographer, naturalist and self-confessed animal advocate. For 25 years Philip has worked extensively on animal welfare issues, wildlife and the environment.

Peter and Andrew speak to Philip about some of the key global issues generated by our reliance on intensive farming practices. Some of the topics discussed in this episode include:

• When and why was intensive factory farming introduced?

• Why is animal protein mistakenly considered to pack a greater punch than plant protein?

• The deliberately hidden costs of meat and how the consumer unwittingly pays for it three times.

• The mass mechanisation of the industry devastating the peace and quiet of the countryside, caging animals and removing human involvement.

• The grossly distorted economics that surround the factory farming industry.

• Why aren’t Governments stepping in to help find another way?

• The power of the meat lobbies.

• How we are locked into a system that forces us to collude with our own destruction.

• How factory farming underpins climate change, natural devastation, and global pandemics.

• How industrial agriculture is stripping the soil of its biodiversity

• The life of a factory-farmed chicken.

• The gross misuse of anti-biotics on the intensive farming industry.
Sep 22 2020 · 37mins
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A Future Where Farming and Wildlife Coexist; Philip Lymbery

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Philip Lymbery is Global CEO of, Compassion in World Farming, and an award winning author, of the incredible books that have received worldwide acclaim, Farmageddon and Dead Zones.  His investigative writing is full of narrative threads that take you with him on adventures around the world, combined with throughly researched facts, that together, sometimes require you to take pause to digest for the gravity of the consequences of our broken food system…effecting local communities, our climate and food security. Philip highlights the necessity for us all to know - so we can change and build back better .  I loved speaking with Philip, because as well as enlightening us on some horrific truths, he is also a brilliant thought leader and helps make concrete improvements in farming policies, already playing a leading roles in major reforms. 
Jul 24 2020 · 1hr 13mins
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Is Vegan the Answer? Compassion in World Farming's Philip Lymbery

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You probably already know that industrialised farming is chemically intensive and a big greenhouse gas polluter - but how much do you really know about animal agriculture? About its enormous scale, the waste and the way we treat the animals that feed us, and provide leather for the fashion industry?

In this interview Philip Lymbery, CEO of Compassion in World Farming and author of Farmageddon, provides a powerful argument for a system reset.

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Apr 29 2020 · 46mins
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Philip Lymbery talks to Downton Abbey actor Peter Egan about veganism

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Philip Lymbery talks to Compassion in World Farmning ambassador and Downton Abbey star, Peter Egan about how his love for dogs inspired him to become an animal advocate and a powerful champion for veganism.

Aug 29 2019 · 35mins
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Philip Lymbery chats with United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization's Kostas Stamoulis,

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To celebrate the New Year, Philip talks to Kostas Stamoulis,Assistant Director General for the Department of Economic and Social Development at the Food and Agriculture Organization, also know as the FAO, about his resolutions for 2019.

Jan 08 2019 · 28mins
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Philip Lymbery meets Observer Food Montly editor, Allan Jenkins

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Philip meets the editor of Observer Food Monthly to talk about how trends can influence the way we think about food, farming and how and why we make our food choices.

Nov 16 2018 · 20mins