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Ellis: Searching for climate action

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Ellis sees that time is running out to halt carbon emissions and wonders what it will take for governments to act now while there is still time. 

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    angela

    1 Year 10 Months

    Could Riverford become vegan organic farmers? go stock free and stop buying cows for farmers in other counties?

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    1 Year 10 Months

    hI angela, Riverford support Send A Cow,an amazing charity that empowers families and communities. Gender and social inclusion, farming the land and business skills are the 3 main pillars of the charity's work - providing livestock is just a tiny part of what they do. You can find out more here https://www.sendacow.org/about/how-we-work/

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    Ellis

    Ellis is Wicked Leeks' regular cartoonist, commenting on anything from food politics to farming. 

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