Louise Gray was brought up on a farm in Essex and now lives in Edinburgh, Scotland.
She trained with The Press Association and was a staff writer for The Scotsman. From 2008 to 2013 she was Environment Correspondent for The Daily Telegraph.
Louise is now freelance, specialising in writing about food, farming and climate change. In recent years she has written for The Sunday Times, Scottish Field, The Guardian, Country Life and The Spectator, among others. She has also featured on BBC television and radio.
Louise is passionate about environmental issues, increasingly focusing her writing on how individuals can make a difference through the choices they make, such as the food we eat.
From 2014 to 2016 Louise only ate animals she killed herself. The experiment was brutal - and often enlightening. The resulting book, The Ethical Carnivore, was published by Bloomsbury in 2016 to positive reviews. It has also been published in the US and Germany and is due out in Japan.
The Ethical Carnivore has been described as ‘charming and eye-opening’ by The Guardian, ‘sensitive and powerful’ by Prospect magazine and ‘courageous and important’ by Kirkus Reviews. It has featured on Channel 4, the BBC and various radio shows.
Louise continues to look for the environmental stories on your dinner plate.
She blogs at www.louisebgray.com and tweets @loubgray She is also on Instagram @loubgray
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