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Farmageddon in Pictures The True Cost of Cheap Meat in Bite-Sized Pieces

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By: Philip Lymbery(Author)
NHBS
A stunningly illustrated, infographic version of the bestselling, fascinating and thought-provoking Farmageddon by Philip Lymbery
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Farmageddon in Pictures is a wake-up call to change our current food production and eating practices – delivered in handy, bite-sized pieces. Clear, direct text, lavishly illustrated with full-colour photography and infographics, this is a fascinating and terrifying investigation behind the closed doors of a global runaway industry. How do we find a way to a better farming future?

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  • Bite-sized phenomenon
    By Megan 6 Mar 2018 Written for Paperback
    Farmageddon in Pictures explores the major global issues surrounding our food choices and their consequences without bombarding you with endless facts and figures you’d need a master’s degree and several PhDs to understand. On page after page, you are hit with both the prettiest of pictures and the most shocking, just so your mind doesn’t wander too much when thinking about the effects growing soy and feeding it to animals instead of humans can have. Quite honestly I didn’t realise how much I cared about this issue until I sat down and read this book. It’s completely changed the way I think about food and how my personal actions can affect the planet we live on.
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Philip Lymbery is the CEO of leading international farm animal welfare organization, Compassion in World Farming, and a prominent commentator on the effects of industrial farming.Isabel Oakeshott is Political Editor at the Sunday Times and commentator on BBC One's Sunday Politics show.

Popular Science
By: Philip Lymbery(Author)
NHBS
A stunningly illustrated, infographic version of the bestselling, fascinating and thought-provoking Farmageddon by Philip Lymbery
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