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Louise Gray  

Freelance Environmentalist Journalist

After five years at The Daily Telegraph as Environment Correspondent, Louise is now a freelance writer. She has worked for the BBC, The Guardian, The Sunday Times, Country Life, The Spectator and Scottish Field. She has excellent contacts across the world and a deep knowledge of environmental issues. She has chaired a number of debates and is also available for public speaking events.

She has written a book for Bloomsbury entitled The Ethical Carnivore, that discusses the ethics of meat by only eating animals she has killed herself. She is represented by Patrick Walsh. Louise's book was recently shortlisted in the Fortnum and Mason Food Awards for Best Debut Food Book 2017. The book has received positive reviews, including in The Guardian and Evening Standard.


11 Ethical Ways To Eat Meat That Won't Kill The Planet
Louise Gray, the author of The Ethical Carnivore, investigates ways to eat animals without wrecking the planet.
My year of killing to eat
Change of scene – Louise Gray quit her job as an environmental correspondent to pursue the challenge of hunting and killing her own meat for her book 'The ...
The Ethical Carnivore: My Year Killing to Eat by Louise Gray ...
The Ethical Carnivore has 31 ratings and 9 reviews. TheCosyDragon said: This review has been crossposted from my blog at The Cosy Dragon . Please head th  ...
'I killed my own meat for two years' - CNN.com
Louise Gray hunted down 21 different species while writing a book on the damage caused by the meat industry.

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