The Week's Top Tweets

Tweets of the Week – 04/2020

Our weekly Twitter round up of great content from our kindred network: a Friday treat for your weekend reading pleasure. Enjoy what we’ve found for you on twitter. The pesticide industry’s playbook for poisoning the earth: @bayer @syngenta vs life on Earth. An information war decoded at https://t.co/EX38X9vcfe by @lhfang pic.twitter.com/OzWzIQRRJK — Raj Patel (@_RajPatel) January 18, 2020 Live export: animals at risk in giant global industry https://t.co/QJ5D4AWLaq — Ella McSweeney (@ellamcsweeney) January 20, 2020 Commission proposes that 40% of CAP expenditure post 2021 should contribute to climate action but the climate markers used to track climate-related expenditure are not appropriate. My blog post discusses how to improve the proposed legislation https://t.co/WrEXZ4wZcV #FutureofCAP — Alan Matthews (@xAlan_Matthews) January 22, 2020  

The Week's Top Tweets

Tweets of the Week – 03/2020

Our weekly Twitter round up of great content from our kindred network: a Friday treat for your weekend reading pleasure. Enjoy what we’ve found for you on twitter. The German Scentific Advisory Board on Agricultural Policy, Food and Consumer Health Protection has published English version of its report on "Designing an effective agri-environment-climate policy as part of the post-2020 Common Agricultural Policy" https://t.co/FksAV2Bz4W — Alan Matthews (@xAlan_Matthews) January 3, 2020 Nature's verdict: the #EUGreenDeal is good for climate✅but bad for biodiversity❌! The #ClimateCrisis🔥 & #BiodiversityCrisis💀is a two-headed monster. For nature & people, we MUST slay both. The cost of inaction is just too high. Read our take 🌳🦉🐝 — BirdLife Europe & Central Asia (@BirdLifeEurope) December 16, 2019 For all the feel good stories about individual farmers, this is the big picture reality of #livestock & #biofuels farming today. >>Lethal algae blooms – an ecosystem out of balance #FutureofCAP @TimmermansEU@jwojc@VSinkevicius https://t.co/QMrFq2d6Ql — Ariel Brunner (@ArielBrunner) January 5, 2020 Our new blog shows trees on farms can help reduce pests and diseases, boost natural pest control […]