Newcomer to the animal protection scene Australian Alliance for Animals sets out to fix the country’s “broken” animal welfare regulatory systems.
Farmers and activists have more in common than they’re willing to admit. But the longer they fight amongst each other, the stronger the industry gets.
In 2021, 33,687 badgers were killed to protect cattle from the spread of Bovine Tuberculosis. By 2025, 140,000 more badgers could die.
The International Finance Corporation recently invested $26 million into Vietnam’s pig farming industry, spurring new calls for divestment.
A new national strategy hopes to modernize the UK’s food system by encouraging animal farmers to transition to more sustainable farming methods.
Russia’s attack on Ukraine has caused the price of animal feed to skyrocket, intensifying food insecurity in much of the global south.
A new investigation reveals that companies routinely exceed level of bacteria allowed by USDA—and do not have to recall their products.
In this episode, award-winning journalist Jenny Splitter shares her experiences reporting on everything from insect farming to optimism and manure.
Catskill Animal Sanctuary co-founder Kathy Stevens and author of “Where the Blind Horse Sings” explains why animal sanctuaries have the power to change lives.
In this episode, we talk with Dr. Akhtar about her work building a world where animal testing is no longer the default.
Despite their public profile soaring in the last three years, pangolins, dubbed “the world’s most trafficked mammal,” still face an uphill battle for survival.
For years, Scottish farmers saw the native beaver population as a menace. They learned it’s much easier to work with nature’s problem solvers than against them.
Emissions from factory farms in the U.S. cause more deaths than coal-fired plants. And yet, factory farming is one of the least regulated industries by the EPA.
The first cows arrived on the continent with Columbus on his second voyage in 1493. For many, milk is as much a drink as it is a symbol of their colonial past.
The dairy industry will say almost anything, and we mean anything, to protect its image. Experts say this time it has gone too far.
Consumers are becoming increasingly aware of the inherent cruelty behind dairy farming, but farmers are quick to come to its defense.