Welcome to the Guardian’s new series exploring the modern farming industry. Alongside the Bureau of Investigative Journalism, throughout the series our journalists will focus on the impact of the global industrialisation of meat and fish on our planet, animals and people.
But we’re looking for the good news as well as the bad – from the people offering sustainable solutions to feed us all to the stories of the smallest farms surviving in remote areas. We want to know: where are the biggest changes in attitudes to animal welfare? Who are the people dedicated to protecting our environment and animals? Where are the tastiest meat alternatives coming from? And who are the farmers driving change towards sustainability?
Every month we’ll round up some of the best journalism from around the planet on our food and farming systems – from the dedicated trade publications to the international press. We’ll be picking up on policy shifts, social movements, consumer moods and, where possible, thoughts from inside the industry.
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