Louise Gray is former Environment Correspondent on The Daily Telegraph. Since 2014 she has been freelance, writing for the BBC, Scottish Field, Sunday Times and the Guardian, among others. She specialises in writing about the countryside, climate change and rhododendrons. She is currently writing a book for Bloomsbury about a year spent only eating animals she has killed herself, out in August 2016. The provisionally titled The Ethical Carnivore explores our relationship with the animals we eat, and how we might reconnect with the natural world through food.
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