Tom Regan, a long term defender of sentient animals, died yesterday. We want to thank him for what he did for a better world.
Granting significant legal protection to nonhuman animals can be done by granting them the status of legal rights holders.
A wholly unrepresentative view of animal populations in the wild is still prevalent.
This text provides information about a form of exploitation of animals for entertainment that is present in different countries.
You can now download a summary of the activities Animal Ethics has carried out in 2016.
Eligible essays must be unpublished and examine the question of the suffering of animals in nature and ways to help them, or related issues.
This new section explains in detail the situation of animals in the wild, why suffering and premature death is so prevalent in nature and what we can do about it.
Between now and the October the 31st, your donation to Animal Ethics will be twice as valuable thanks to Raising for Effective Giving.
The exploitation of bees has typically received little attention, though millions of these animals are killed every year.
The lives of animals in the wild are very hard. They suffer and die prematurely for many reasons. But we can often intervene to rescue animals.
During the last months, Animal Ethics has been carrying out many outreach activities in different countries. We have been leafleting and tabling, as well as giving talks regularly.
An introductory text in advance of the new Animal Ethics section explaining why what happens to animals in the wild should concern us.
If we think impartially, we will reject speciesism. As impartiality is to be considered a requirement of justice, this also shows why speciesism can be rejected as unjust.
Animal Ethics’s website has just been launched in French too. Our website can now be accessed in six different languages (English, Spanish, Italian, German, Portuguese, and now French).
We should not condemn the actions of the individuals who try to help animals. This story should be a wake-up call for the lack of aid we provide for wild animals.
Animal Ethics distributes leaflets in different countries to raise awareness about speciesism. You can now download our leaflets and factsheets.
40 articles with scientific references covering the use of nonhuman animals for food, clothing, entertainment, labor, research and as companions.
Animal Ethics has given a $1,500 research grant to the author of the paper “In Praise of Invasive Species”.
A report on the effects of letting cats roam outdoors called Cats and wildlife was recently published online by Kerstin and Stephan Voigt of Wild Bird Aid
In addition to English, Spanish, Italian, and Portuguese, the Animal Ethics website has been translated in yet another language: German!