Featured in the Limca Book of Records 2017, FIAPO’s Living Free campaign reached out to 133,000 people and will save over 66,000 animals from ending up on people’s plates.
Kent Wildlife Trust should not ask people for money to protect wildlife while at the same time allowing a man who decimates local wildlife to serve as Chairman.
Koalas continue to die in their thousands as their habitat disappears, and they are killed by dogs, in car hits, and in bushfires.
Animals live awful enough lives as it is on factory farms. Can society ensure that they at least will not be burnt alive or suffocate to death before we get around to slaughtering them?
Deep-sea ecosystems and species can take decades or even centuries to recover from a disturbance. It’s more important than ever that we understand deep-sea ecosystems and have a good idea of what we stand to lose.
Despite being a rural area, where access to information on animal protection and management is not easily available, there are many responsible people in Parscov, Romania who care for animals and are aware of the need to spay and neuter them.
Asia for Animals provides a unique opportunity to network, share experiences and learn from practical workshops and plenaries with leading experts.
Based on FIAPO’s work in cities across India, here are five easy, tried and tested methods that are reliable, effective and quick for running an effective First-Aid program!
Efforts to control wildlife should begin wherever possible by altering the human practices that cause human–wildlife conflict and by developing a culture of coexistence.
Children who are surrounded by adults who don’t support their compassionate feelings suffer in lonely isolation and confusion. Our best hope for the future isn’t five-year-olds. Our best hope is five-year-olds supported by adults who have nurtured their own primal sympathies to maturity.
In this age of extinctions, governments love to trumpet any rare or unique findings of species. Publicity can generate support to prevent species from becoming extinct, but it may also backfire when publicity incites the interest of poachers and betrays details of a species’ location.
Should people who believe in animal rights think that abortion is wrong? Should pro-lifers accept animal rights? The answer depends on the reasons why someone accepts animal rights, and why someone thinks abortion is wrong.