Morally, as Buddhists, we have three methods we can consider when we ask ourselves whether it is correct to eat animals. In our practice of ahimsa, we can seek to avoid causing harm to others, as well as actively try to change ourselves and others for the better.
Educators, copywriters and graphic designers joined forces with ACTAsia to produce a special video for our Caring for Life Education programme.
Sadly, while our society has a lot of empathy for companion animals, wildlife issues remain largely ignored. This short video was created for organizations and individuals to raise awareness about the horrors of trapping.
Conservation activist Ofir Drori explains how political corruption fuels the illegal poaching of wildlife in Africa, and how the EAGLE Network is fighting to stop the epidemic of killing at its source.
In a world in turmoil caused by war, economic pressures and environmental problems, it is easy to forget that we are not the only species living and surviving on this planet. Karuna Society for Animals & Nature is a safe haven for animals in distress, providing first aid and shelter for street dogs, cats and other animals.
I study film production but I began to feel as if the films I was making were shallow in a world that allows such animal suffering to happen. That’s when I heard about BBC RAW and decided to do something about it.
Who’s The Animal? Check out this thought provoking film that was made for BBC RAW,…
A Lebanese ship carrying 5,000 cows capsized and sunk pier side at Vila do Conde…
Could these two comedic sketches signal the beginning of the end for meat-eating?