The U.S. federal government continues to treat pigs as industrial commodities to be produced as cheaply as possible, without regard for animal welfare or consumer safety.
China’s recent ban on wildlife consumption will hopefully stop the flow of lion bones from South Africa, which may be contaminated with tuberculosis and tranquilizers.
Is activism old news? In the light of incredibly exciting developments in the private sector, the role of advocacy may need to be re-evaluated.
Countless vegans have pets or take care of rescued dogs and cats. Whether or not pets can be vegan too is still a matter of debate.
New Research: More Than Half of Americans Are Willing to Eat More Plant-Based Foods, But Most Lack Information
Half of Americans surveyed said that they would eat more plant-based foods if they had more information. However, 70% rarely or never talk about this issue.
An animal advocacy group reveals the abuse of civets for the production of civet coffee and urges TripAdvisor to stop booking cruel coffee tours.
What if more organizations aimed to address the interconnected well-being of animals, humans, and the environment?
The current situation – awful as it is – has shone a spotlight on all wildlife trade in China, presenting the government with an opportunity to finally tackle demand for wildlife threatened by trade, including by closing legal markets.
As with a number of previous outbreaks, coronavirus is believed to have originated in a market where many live animals are sold and slaughtered in unhygienic conditions.
The story of six lucky survivors of the Cambodian dog meat trade and their journey to the U.S. to start new lives.
The Safeguard American Food Exports (SAFE) Act would permanently ban horse slaughter in the U.S. and end the export of horses for slaughter abroad.
While progress is being made on the huge task of reducing demand and promoting veganism, we can also try to give currently living hens better living conditions.