Recent guidelines backed by the American Heart Association, who receive financial support from the dairy industry, recommend cow’s milk over plant milks for children, despite no demonstrated health benefits from dairy consumption.
Monthly Archives: September, 2019
An investigation has uncovered cruelty towards dogs used for sledding activities at a hotel in the Chilean Andes. A breed inappropriate for the climate is being used, and the dogs are left chained up out in the cold in poor health.
Many materials used in clothing and accessories mean cruelty, suffering, and death for animals. With these pointers, you can dress fabulously and not hurt animals.
A study has identified the world’s top 20 shark and ray catchers and traders, who catch almost 600,000 metric tonnes of sharks and rays each year.
We’re here to get you started with some of our best beginner’s tips for going vegan, from staying satisfied with plant-based proteins like nuts and beans to making these quick and easy vegan swaps in the kitchen.
The overwhelming conclusion of a captive elephant conference held recently in South Africa was that no new elephants should be placed in captivity and elephants currently in captivity should be rewilded.
The California Fish and Game Commission’s omission of the required research detailing how this rule change would affect wildlife demonstrates its priority to accommodate hunters over the protection of animals.
A new study shows that the USA and Canada have lost more than a quarter of their birds over the past 50 years. This includes hundreds of species, from backyard songbirds to long-distance migrants.
Ballooning human population is projected to grow by 2 more billion by 2050. Veganism and animal rights needs to include a focus on human population and family planning if they want to truly address the threats animals face.
The orangutans were found clinging desperately to the last trees standing in the middle of a burnt area of rainforest.
“If a pet owner kept a dog or cat in the same conditions as many lab animals, they would likely be accused of criminal animal abuse.”
Alarmingly, only 250 wild tigers are estimated to be left in Malaysia. The time is now for a multifaceted approach to tiger recovery.