About Charlie Pye-Smyth
Charlie Pye-Smith is a writer and broadcaster who has contributed to the BBC, Financial Times, Daily Telegraph and New Scientist, among others. He has written numerous books, including The Facts of Rural Life, The Other Nile, Travels in Nepal, Rebels and Outcasts, In Search of Wild India, Trees for Life and The Subsidy Scandal and he co-authored Working the Land and The Wealth of Communities.
His most recent work is Land of Plenty, a book he wrote while travelling the length and breadth of the British isles to explore the world of British agriculture. He is based in London and reports regularly on global farming and environmental issues for international research and development agencies.
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