Presentation: animal research

Join me at the ‘Science Instead of Animal Experiments’ Congress in the beautiful, historic city of Cologne on the 15th of October, where I’ll be presenting ‘Systematic Reviews of Animal Experiments Demonstrate Poor Contributions to Human Healthcare’.

Presentation: veg animal diets

Can cats and dogs go vegan or vegetarian? And how can this be done safely? Learn the answers at my presentations at:

Sat 27 Feb, 12:00 & 13:00
Brighton Vegfest

Sat April 30, 3:20
Birmingham Viva! Vegan Festival

Further details of this presentation are here, and my website on this issue is www.VegePets.info.

I’ll also be examining the results of a very recent published study examining the nutritional adequacy of these diets.

Hunting symposium: videos online

In November, in conjunction with Winchester’s Institute for Value Studies we hosted a major symposium on hunting. We considered questions such as, “Is hunting a noble tradition, freeing the landscape from dangerous predators which are given quick, clean deaths? Or is it an outdated blood sport, with no legitimate place in civilised society? Should the government repeal the Hunting Act?” A range of fascinating speakers (including, by video, world leading primatologist Dr Jane Goodall), presented a wealth of expertise about hunting. We’ve now made their videos available online.

Book chapter: vegan training tips

Leigh-Chantelle has just published ‘Expert Tips from Vegan Athletes, Fitness Fanatics and Exercise Enthusiasts’ - which is an incredibly inspiring collection of stories from vegan athletes around the world. For reasons that remain mysterious to me (given the many far more serious athletes included) she chose to include a chapter by me. So if you’re interested in words of wisdom re vegan training tips read them; if you’re interested in words distinctly lacking in wisdom - particularly relating to the little-known sport of extreme ironing, then do check out my chapter - it’s made for you.

Hunting symposium: University of Winchester

Our hunting symposium will be held at the University of Winchester on Nov. 28th. If you're in the UK then this will be a very interesting event. Indeed, it has already been attracting significant interest and controversy.