Shocking images from fur farms: animals are torn, thrown, suffocated in gas chambers

“When editing the images, the people doing it had to change several times. The shots are simply too brutal, so it was too difficult for the people watching emotionally,” says Gabrielė Vaitkevičiūtė, head of “Tuščių narvų”, about the recorded images. The annual killing of fur animals in fur farms takes place during spring and autumn. … Read more

In modern farms, human physical work is being replaced by technology

“Agrokoncerno” group of companies pays special attention to promising future projects that help solve the problems of food shortage and ensure the production of quality products. One of the directions is the automation of large livestock farms. With the help of modern technologies in the management and servicing of farms, it is possible to achieve … Read more

The 300-meter research mast is to pave the way for a new generation of wind farms

In the last decade, Germany has been intensively developing the use of renewable sources, especially wind and photovoltaic power plants, while the plans for the future are even more ambitious. However, in recent years, the country has often encountered resistance from local communities, which complicates the further construction of tall wind farms. But now the … Read more

G7 countries called for the extension and expansion of the grain deal

The G7 countries support the full implementation, extension and expansion of the grain deal, according to a communiqué following the meeting of the group’s agriculture ministers. “We strongly support the extension, full implementation and expansion of the Black Sea Grain Initiative,” quotes Reuters document. The ministers also denounced Russian attempts to allegedly use food as … Read more

Avian flu present in at least eight farms in the Montérégie

Four of these farms are located in Ange-Gardien, three others in Sainte-Hélène-de-Bagot and one in Carignan. Avian influenza affects five sites where there are ducks, two turkeys and one broiler breeding site. More than 100,000 animals had to be slaughtered in recent weeks. At the beginning of the year, the virus appeared in the Beauharnois-Salaberry … Read more

Russian ships are preparing to sabotage wind farms or underwater cables, claim Scandinavian media — ČT24 — Czech Television

According to Scandinavian media, ships pretending to be on a research mission or fishing boats have built-in systems to monitor underwater spaces at key energy infrastructure locations. The BBC also mentions that, according to British representatives, similar ships should appear regularly in the waters of Great Britain. According to sources at the Danish station DR, … Read more

Half of Estonia’s Telia electricity is already produced by Lithuanian wind farms

Estonia’s Telia, which has signed a large-scale contract with Eesti Eenergia, has committed to purchase a large amount of renewable energy for five years, which will be produced at the Telšiai wind farm, the largest in Lithuania. The 70 MW wind farm started supplying energy to the Estonian company immediately after commissioning at the end … Read more

Legambiente dossier, on solar panels and wind farms Italy is not a renewable country – Il Tempo

Alessio Buzzelli March 24, 2023 It is a known fact that Italy is rather behind as regards the development of the so-called “renewable sources”. Less known, however, are the causes that underlie this delay, a delay that is leaving our country further and further behind on the road to that energy transition which – like … Read more