In an interview with the Founder of Health in Harmony, we discuss what happens when rainforest conservation starts out with radically listening to local communities, and when assistance is framed as a thank you from the world for protecting these precious ecosystems.
Monthly Archives: November, 2019
The law would prohibit the sale, purchase, and possession of shark fins in the United States, helping to curb an inhumane global trade that claims the lives of 73 million sharks each year.
A veterinarian and former rodeo competitor shares about why she believes rodeos should be made illegal.
With more than 2,000 dogs killed per year, this slaughterhouse was the largest supplier of dog meat in the province.
To produce drugs containing Premarin (Pregnant Mare’s Urine), mares are confined, subjected to constant pregnancy, and their foals are immediately removed and often sent to slaughter. Several humanely sourced alternatives exist to this cruel drug.
Despite being illegal, bear-based products were found in 69% of surveyed Traditional Chinese Medicine shops in Malaysia.
The study analyzed the effects of noise in over one hundred species, and concluded that noise pollution affecting animals is the norm, not the exception.
A photographer and activist shares the story about how he found his path to be a voice for elephants.
Watch Bucking Tradition, the short documentary winner of the 2019 International Vegan Film Festival, here.
When the loss of species rapidly outpaces the formation of new species, this balance can be tipped enough to elicit what are known as “mass extinction” events.
Thanksgiving is a time for friends and loved ones to come together, but it also marks a far darker time for the turkeys who become the centerpiece of the meal.