Sweeping new coronavirus restrictions were imposed across Melbourne and other parts of Victoria from Sunday night, after a disaster was declared in the coronavirus-hit Australian state. An evening curfew was implemented across Melbourne from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m. State authorities say the state of disaster proclamation gave police greater power. Melbourne residents will only … Read more Coronavirus: Australia’s Melbourne Declares State of Disaster, Goes Into Curfew
Traditionally dogs are eaten during the summer months in Korea. But with an increasing number of South Koreans owning dogs as pets, dog meat is becoming more controversial and the government is under pressure to ban it. BBC Korea brought together South Koreans with different views on the matter. Can they overcome their differences? Produced … Read more Dog meat: Koreans are divided over the issue – BBC News
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has inspected a new chicken farm being built in a county south of capital Pyongyang, calling for improvements to what he described as an outdated poultry industry, state media said Thursday. The North’s official Korean Central News Agency didn’t say exactly when Kim made the trip to the construction … Read more Kim Jong Un Inspects New Chicken Farm South of Pyongyang
This week on Scrambled on the Road, Gordon visits Norway where he cooks with a local delicacy…Reindeer! Yes, that reindeer. The native Sámi people have been using Reindeer meat in various ways for centuries but for the first time, Gordon is turning it into a hearty breakfast fit for any viking! Gordon Ramsay: Uncharted airs … Read more Gordon Makes An Omelette In Norway With…Reindeer Sausage!? | Scrambled
ABC News’ Matt Gutman reports on ranchers struggling to make a living as they try to keep up with cheap imported beef and changing consumer habits. WATCH the ABC News Live Stream Here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w_Ma8oQLmSM SUBSCRIBE to ABC NEWS: https://bit.ly/2vZb6yP Watch More on http://abcnews.go.com/ LIKE ABC News on FACEBOOK https://www.facebook.com/abcnews FOLLOW ABC News on TWITTER: https://twitter.com/abc … Read more Is the future of meat in America at stake?
The world’s leading expert on chimpanzee behaviour, Dr Jane Goodall, began her revolutionary research in Tanzania 60 years ago. She traveled to Africa to study chimpanzees despite at the time having no experience or qualifications in the subject. In the 60 years since Goodall first set foot in Africa, the chimps have faced many challenges … Read more Jane Goodall on Protecting African Chimps During the Coronavirus Outbreak
Meet the chimps of Ngamba Island rainforest sanctuary. Here the primates live in a semi-natural state, safe from the threats of poaching and habitat loss. The island, in the middle of Lake Victoria, has been home to rescued chimpanzees since 2007. The chimps owe their home here to a young woman from England. Despite at … Read more World Chimp Day: Jane Goodall Is ‘Terrified’ Covid-19 Will Hit African Chimpanzees
Andrea, Nadia, Brenda and Denise chat today about whether or not dogs are happy on a vegan diet. Nadia’s dogs are on raw food and knows that they love their meat. Brenda tells her story about how she tried her cats on a plant based diet but they really enjoy chicken and turkey. However, Denise’s … Read more Denise Challenges Nadia Over Her ‘Plant Based’ Diet | Loose Women
Concern about poor working conditions in the meat industry after repeated coronavirus outbreaks at slaughterhouses may speed up a trend to opt for higher-priced, better quality meat and vegetarian and vegan substitutes. Subscribe: http://smarturl.it/reuterssubscribe Reuters brings you the latest business, finance and breaking news video from around the globe. Our reputation for accuracy and impartiality … Read more How meat industry outbreaks might affect vegan appeal
Fan Shenggen, chair professor at China Agricultural University, believes consuming a little bit of meat every day can improve the body’s absorption of nutrients. But New York Times best-selling author Kathy Freston says a plant-based diet can provide enough protein. What do you think? Subscribe to us on YouTube: https://goo.gl/lP12gA Download our APP on Apple … Read more Is a vegan diet healthy?
New York Times bestseller Kathy Freston: “If we took down every building in the entire world and returned everything to nature to grazing, we still would not have enough land to graze animals. We have to reduce the amount of meat that we eat.” Subscribe to us on YouTube: https://goo.gl/lP12gA Download our APP on Apple … Read more Kathy Freston: We have to reduce the amount of meat that we eat
China said samples of imported shrimp tested positive for the coronavirus, raising questions again over whether the pathogen can spread through food or frozen products. The virus tested positive on both the inside and outside of the shrimp packaging, said China’s General Administration of Customs. The samples were from three Ecuadorian plants, and imports from … Read more China Says Samples of Imported Shrimp Tested Positive for Coronavirus
#China’s authorities said on Friday shrimps imported from South America have tested positive for the #coronavirus. Customs officials in #Dalian and #Xiamen found the virus in frozen shrimps from three #Ecuadorian companies on July 3. China has suspended imports of products from the three firms and will return or destroy goods that have been seized. … Read more Chinese customs detect coronavirus in frozen South American shrimps
The pandemic is poised to usher in the biggest retreat for global meat-eating in decades. Per-capita consumption this year is set to fall to the lowest in nine years and the 3% drop from last year represents the biggest decline since at least 2000, according to data from the United Nations. Meanwhile, analysts across the … Read more The Coronavirus Pandemic is Set to Usher in the Biggest Retreat for Global Meat-Eating in Decades
The coronavirus pandemic has had a devastating effect on the global economy. It has pushed back global efforts to reduce poverty and improve livelihoods and healthcare. Nations have poured billions of dollars into shoring up health services and the economy. But some experts say that the recovery, now that lockdowns are being lifted, needs to … Read more Could a green recovery create jobs and reduce extreme poverty? | Counting the Cost