Philip Lymbery

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Philip became the Chief Executive of Compassion in World Farming in 2005. [1] "Philip was formerly Director of Communications for the World Society for the Protection of Animals (2003-2005) and freelance campaigner and strategist (2000-2003). Throughout the 1990s Philip was Compassion’s Campaigns Director and is an acknowledged expert on farm animal welfare. He played a major role in the high profile Compassion campaign in 1994-96 to ban live animal exports, which won the PR Week award for best environmental media relations campaign 1994/95 at the British Environment and Media Awards. He is an experienced media spokesperson, having fielded many interviews for national, international, and regional broadcast media. Philip has a life-long interest in wild birds and is a licensed bird ringer on behalf of the British Trust for Ornithology (BTO)." [2]

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  1. Philip Lymbery, World Society for the Protection of Animals, accessed December 23, 2010.
  2. council, Sustain, accessed December 23, 2010.