Badgered to Death by Dominic Dyer
About the book
A vital read for anyone who cares about the future of British wildlife. With a foreword by the BBC TV presenter Chris Packham.
'A thriller, whodunnit and impassioned polemic.' – PATRICK BARKHAM, THE GUARDIAN
Dominic Dyer, chief executive of the Badger Trust, explores the science and electioneering behind Britain's most controversial wildlife policy: the badger cull.
He exposes the catastrophic handling of bovine TB by the British government, the political manoeuvring that engineered the badger cull in 2010, and the ongoing close relationship in perpetuating the cull between the National Farmers Union and the Department of the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA).
He shines an unflattering spotlight on Cabinet ministers, the veterinary profession, environmental NGOs and the BBC.
240 pages. Publication: 2016
✅ INTRODUCTION by Chris Packham
✅ FREE P&P for UK orders over £20
High-quality independent publishing
PB ISBN 9780993040757
EBOOK ISBN 9780993040764