Roundtable

Roundtable: A meat-free future?

The production of meat on a mass-scale satisfies the world's demand for flesh, but at what cost? It's a daily staple throughout much of the world. Global meat consumption per person has doubled since the 1960s. But the world's natural resources are struggling to keep up with the scale of intensive meat production. Some say we could be facing an environmental disaster if we can't reduce our intake. Roundtable is a discussion programme with an edge. Broadcast out of London and presented by David Foster, it's about bringing people to the table, listening to every opinion, and analysing every point of view. From fierce debate to reflective thinking, Roundtable discussions offer a different perspective on the issues that matter to you. Watch it every weekday at 15:30 GMT on TRT World.

Roundtable: Should intensive meat production be stopped?

Roundtable: Should intensive meat production be stopped?

Cash-free Societies

Cash-free Societies

Cash-free societies: Is money obsolete?

Cash-free societies: Is money obsolete?

African nations ban processed meat from South Africa

African nations ban processed meat from South Africa

WORKISM: Is Work The New Religion?

WORKISM: Is Work The New Religion?

HUMAN RIGHTS: Is there an app for that?

HUMAN RIGHTS: Is there an app for that?

MEAT WITHOUT ANIMALS: The future of food?

MEAT WITHOUT ANIMALS: The future of food?

CHILD LABOUR: Are we complicit?

CHILD LABOUR: Are we complicit?

PLANE POLLUTION: Can flying go green?

PLANE POLLUTION: Can flying go green?

Billionaires: What's wrong with wealth?

Billionaires: What's wrong with wealth?

NATO: What's it really for?

NATO: What's it really for?

ELECTION TECH: Reshaping democracy?

ELECTION TECH: Reshaping democracy?

GREEN POLITICS: Here to stay?

GREEN POLITICS: Here to stay?

MASS TREE PLANTING: Can It Work?

MASS TREE PLANTING: Can It Work?

WORK APPS: Good for job seekers?

WORK APPS: Good for job seekers?

GAMING AND GAMBLING: Do kids need more protection?

GAMING AND GAMBLING: Do kids need more protection?

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