Clare Carlile

About

Clare is a Researcher at Desmog, focusing on the agribusiness sector. Prior to joining the organisation in July 2022, she was Co-Editor and Researcher at Ethical Consumer Magazine, where she specialised in migrant workers’ rights in the food industry. Her work has been published in The Guardian and New Internationalist. She studied English Language and Literature at Oxford University, where she was also involved in student campaigning.

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Hardline groups planning June protests accused the EU of “deliberately exterminating its own farmers” at the MCC Brussels event.

Hardline groups planning June protests accused the EU of “deliberately exterminating its own farmers” at the MCC Brussels event.
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The far right is set to piggyback on agricultural discontent to capture votes in June.

The far right is set to piggyback on agricultural discontent to capture votes in June.
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Meat and dairy groups have funded adverts that cast vegan products as unhealthy, unnatural and ultra processed.

Meat and dairy groups have funded adverts that cast vegan products as unhealthy, unnatural and ultra processed.
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Defeat of law by right-wing MEPs would be “final nail in the coffin” for Green Deal, say campaigners.

Defeat of law by right-wing MEPs would be “final nail in the coffin” for Green Deal, say campaigners.
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Producers say 'No Farmers, No Food' is a populist initiative that serves to “whip up indignation and anger”.

Producers say 'No Farmers, No Food' is a populist initiative that serves to “whip up indignation and anger”.
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Experts say the promotion, which will reach 9 out of 10 adults, is misleading and ignores the global warming impact of UK diets.

Experts say the promotion, which will reach 9 out of 10 adults, is misleading and ignores the global warming impact of UK diets.
Analysis
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A DeSmog review of hundreds of documents identifies eight arguments fielded by the industrial farming lobby to allay concerns over livestock drugs.

A DeSmog review of hundreds of documents identifies eight arguments fielded by the industrial farming lobby to allay concerns over livestock drugs.
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Campaigners say veterinary medicines lobby groups are using European Livestock Voice to push back against moves to curb antibiotic use on farms.

Campaigners say veterinary medicines lobby groups are using European Livestock Voice to push back against moves to curb antibiotic use on farms.
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Major food and agriculture companies have sent 340 representatives to Dubai for the climate summit.

Major food and agriculture companies have sent 340 representatives to Dubai for the climate summit.
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From ‘innovation sprints’ to spritzers, polluting agri-giants have so many ways to influence climate outcomes.

From ‘innovation sprints’ to spritzers, polluting agri-giants have so many ways to influence climate outcomes.