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Entanglements podcast: Farming

2023 Intellectual Forum intern Noah Rouse speaks to Philip Lymbery, CEO of Compassion in Global Farming, about how industrial farming and agriculture damages the environment on this week's episode of Entanglements, the new IF podcast.听

Human society has always been deeply entangled with nature. How has our relationship with nature changed over time? And how does our relationship with the natural world inform our sense of self?

Across eight episodes of Entanglements, Noah sits down with academics and influential figures to discuss these questions in a podcast that challenges and informs our relationship with the natural world.听

The first three episodes on "Defining Nature", "The Romantics", and "The American Consciousness" were released on 10 October; the fourth episode on "Mathematics" was released on 17 October; the fifth episode on "Conservation" was released on 24 October; and the sixth episode on "Economics" was released on 31 October. The final episode on "Nature Connectedness" will be released on 14 November.听

Episode #7 - Farming

In this episode, Noah talks with Philip Lymbery about the negative impact factory farming has on our natural environment and his mission to bring about a world that is compassionate and respectful to animals. 听

  • 0:03:26 鈥 Philip's history with Compassion in World Farming.听
  • 0:04:32 鈥 Why factory farming is environmentally damaging.听
  • 0:11:05 鈥 How do the products of factory farming make it to our shelves and what can we do about it?听
  • 0:14:27 鈥 Connection with animals.听
  • 0:21:51 鈥 What can we as citizens do to be more environmentally mindful when we purchase and consume food?听

Download the transcript for "Farming".