We know that “humane slaughter” is an oxymoron.
Warming temperatures, stronger storms and rising seas present a cascade of challenges that researchers are racing to understand.
We wouldn’t say “it” or “that” when referring to humans, so why would we for other sentient individuals?
We now have evidence that climate change is impacting the best-known and strongest global pattern in ecology.
With swift, ambitious and coordinated action, we can indeed provide a healthy and secure diet for the world’s population without further major loss of habitats.
Given the evidence, it is clear humans need to balance the production of food, forest commodities and other goods with the protection of tropical forests.
Animal whisperer, Sy Montgomery, argues that we share greater similarities than differences with our fellow animals, and that fact should make us re-examine our relationships with them.
The blackcurrant harvest on my allotment is highly dependent on the weather. In 2018 the UK had a hot, dry summer and...
The State University of New York is being sued for refusing to turn over documents about cruel animal experiments.
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