New infographic: “Have you ever heard of speciesism?”

13 Dec 2021

We are releasing this short infographic as another example of creation of materials that make information about speciesism more accessible Read more

AMA on International Animal Rights Day on December 10

2 Dec 2021

We will be posting an AMA on our YouTube channel. We’ll be answering your questions about any topic related to the defense of animals.– Read more

Your donation to Animal Ethics can be matched on November 30

19 Nov 2021

Giving Tuesday is Tuesday, November 30 this year and if you donate on that day your donation may be matched up to 100% Read more

New report about the welfare of urban wild animals

6 Nov 2021

We’ve published a report about wild animals in urban environments reviweing existing scientific information about the lives of urban animals. Read more

What Animal Ethics is currently working on October 2021

19 Oct 2021

We are continuing our work to educate and spread awareness about the natural harms that wild animals suffer. We also produce related content. Read more

A new article: “Fires in nature: a review of the challenges for wild animals”

30 Sep 2021

Part of the work of Animal Ethics during the last few years has been to foster academic work about the study of wild animal suffering Read more

The development of sentience in juvenile animals

15 Sep 2021

Determining which animals are sentient is important for studying the welfare of wild animals. Sentience determines which beings can be harmed or benefited. Read more

Updates to the ethics and animals section on our website

31 Aug 2021

We’ve just finished updating the animal ethics section on our website and we added new pages about prioritarianism and suffering-focused ethics. Read more

World Day for the End of Speciesism

14 Aug 2021

Animal Ethics will participate again in the World Day for the End of Speciesism giving several talks about the reasons to reject speciesism. The talks will be broadcast on all of our YouTube channels. Read more

Perspectives on animal advocacy in China

30 Jul 2021

We have been researching what could the best ways to spread concern about animals in China, and to incorporate interest in wild animal suffering among such concerns Read more

A new study examines the available literature on the moral consideration of animals in China

16 Jul 2021

A recent literature review examined the current attitudes and legal protection of nonhuman animals in China. Read more

Snails and bivalves: a discussion of indicators of sentience

22 Jun 2021

We will address the limited scientific literature about bivalve and gastropod sentience. There are no conclusive reasons to deny that they are sentient. Read more

New texts about suffering-focused ethics and prioritarianism added to our ethics and animals section

8 Jun 2021

We have published two new pages in our website section about ethics and animals: suffering-focused ethics and prioritarianism. Read more

Invertebrate sentience: a review of the behavioral evidence

30 May 2021

Whether invertebrate animals possess sentience is a key question. If they are sentient, this would mean they have the ability to experience pain and pleasure, features which would warrant them moral consideration. Read more

Vaccinating badgers in the UK can end the killing and help animals

6 May 2021

Vaccinating badgers against bTB is well-studied and interventions such as this can lay the groundwork for future interventions to help animals living in the wild instead of killing them. Read more

Why the use of insects to feed other animals should be stopped: Animal Ethics feedback to the European Union

23 Apr 2021

Along with other organizations, Animal Ethics provided feedback to the European Union explaining why insect farming should be stopped. Read more

Wild Animal Suffering Advocacy Workshop

5 Apr 2021

This is an excellent opportunity to increase your knowledge and expand your advocacy skills in wild animal suffering work. The workshop will be based on the materials of our wild animal suffering video course. Read more

Outlook on the emerging field of wild animal welfare research: talk transcript

15 Mar 2021

This talk explains how people working in academia, especially students, can have an impact by helping wild animals with their careers, by promoting work on welfare biology. Read more

An introductory article about the use of insects as food

8 Mar 2021

Traditionally, different types of insects have been consumed as food in several countries. At present, this consumption is experiencing a worrying increase. The most problematic consequence… Read more

What Animal Ethics is currently working on

27 Feb 2021

At Animal Ethics, we work on relatively diverse projects, but they all help move us towards our aims of seeing a world with greater respect for nonhuman animals and helping the most vulnerable.  Read more