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Scientists’ attitudes towards improving the welfare of animals in the wild: a qualitative study

Animal Ethics has carried out a qualitative study to assess the perceptions and attitudes that life scientists have towards helping wild animals, as well as about other related issues. Read more

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Helping wild animals in Australia

Fires have been raging in many parts of Australia for several months now. This has been the worst wildfire season in recent memory in Australia. This posts presents some ways in which animals have been harmed and helped. Read more

Animal Ethics starts working in India

Animal Ethics has started to work in India, beginning with a series of talks at universities about speciesism, the moral consideration of animals, and concern for wild animal suffering. Read more

Animal Ethics’s 2020 activities plan

The accumulated work and experience of previous years has made it possible for us to expect that in 2020 the impact of our work will be much greater than ever before. Read more

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What is sentience, and why does it matter?

Sentience is the reason to respect other beings, and all the evidences indicate that vertebrates and a large number of invertebrates are sentient. Read more

What can be done to defend animals

There are different ways to defend and help animals. Here you can find several articles explaining how this can be done and what you can do. Read more

Wild animal suffering: Learn more

Many people ignore that most animals suffer significantly and die prematurely in the wild, but it's possible to help them successfully. Read more

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