It’s always interesting when a person changes their mind. Peter Clifton is a co-author of the biggest selling diet book in Australian history … The CSIRO Total Wellbeing diet. A diet built on research involving 200 grams of red meat per day. The book sold over a million copies and, wait for it, we still have an obesity epidemic. In the research on which the best selling diet was based, the people on the high meat diet lost exactly the same amount of weight as the people on the control diet; which shouldn’t be surprising because both diets contained … Continue reading
A recent study in one of the world’s top climate science journals recommended a substantial tax on meat and dairy products.
The lead author told The Guardian “It is clear that if we don’t do something about the emissions from our food system, we have no chance of limiting climate change below 2C.”
But still Australian politicians from across the political spectrum, including The Greens, continue to give Australia’s largest source of climate heat little to no attention. The article points out that it isn’t only the climate that will benefit.
“In addition, measures to change diets away from … Continue reading
There’s been some serious press time devoted to the who-said-what-when aspects of the Adler shotgun controversy. But no space devoted to the bigger issue of shotguns in general and their use in killing and crippling animals. National AJP committee member Geoff Russell looks at the mechanics of killing and torturing animals with shotguns in a New Matilda article: The Adler Shotgun: The Carnage It Unleashes On Politicians Is The Least Of Its Downsides
Late last month we issued two press releases which criticised and questioned radio 2GB broadcaster Ray Hadley.
In particular it was suggested that Mr Hadley had a financial stake in greyhound racing and an association with a person banned as a trainer.
We now know and acknowledge that Ray Hadley has had no interest in any greyhound for many years. He has no greyhounds nor any personal interest in the industry.
Our suggestions to the contrary were based on unreliable and wrong information and we expressly apologise for those errors and suggestions that his broadcasts were motivated … Continue reading