One in five children in the world faces hunger. Yet food has never been cheaper. And the production of all that cheap food, is driving the world’s iconic wildlife to the brink of extinction.
In his latest book, “Dead Zone: Where the Wild Things Were,” Philip Lymbery reports on his two-year investigation into the caging and confinement of farm animals, and the destruction of wildlife habitats. But the book isn’t all gloom and doom—the book also reveals how there is “hope all around us.”
“Dead Zone” makes a powerful call for farming to work with nature, and not against it. It reveals the benefits of farming in a way that is good for animal welfare, the environment and wildlife.