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In this study, researchers explore how the public perceives wildlife crimes, finding that a significant portion think stealing a loaf of bread is worse than killing a deer outside of hunting season.
How does the public feel about crimes against wildlife?
7 September 2020
Paris has ignored a letter of formal notice sent by the European Commission in July last year, which calls on French authorities to stop illegal bird hunting.
France reprimanded over controversial bird hunting practices
22 June 2020
Commissioner Sinkevičius on behalf of the European Commission answers to an oral written question by Virginie Joron MEP inquiring on the CITES' ban on hunting endangered species: does the Commission support banning the hunting of endangered species or does it side with supporters of permit-based hunting? What is the current legal state of play with regarding to hunting trophies?
The European Commission confirms its position on "sustainably managed" trophy hunting
19 June 2020
One Voice is launching a vast campaign based on their high-risk infiltration into the world of underground hunting to denounce this despicable hunt which subjects’ badgers to the worst ill-treatment.
Badger hunting: hell underground
13 May 2020
The British primatologist Dame Jane Goodall believes the Duke of Sussex will give up hunting because of his wife’s dislike for the sport, and thinks he has been finding life “a bit challenging” since the couple moved to North America.
Prince Harry may quit hunting over Meghan's dislike of sport, says conservationist friend
14 April 2020
Trophy hunters ‘boasted about how easy it is to shoot giraffes’ at a ‘gruesome’ trade show flogging low-price and ‘illegal’ killing expeditions.
Cheap deals on ‘easy’ animal killing trips at Europe’s largest trophy hunting fair
10 February 2020
On the first Sunday of February animal protection organisations took the streets to say no to hunting in several European cities.
"Ban hunting!" protest in Madrid
4 February 2020
A debate over the future of trophy hunting points out that many effective alternatives to funding and supporting conservation have started to emerge.
Scientists: Trophy hunting ‘not irreplaceable’ for conservation funding
3 December 2019
Earlier this month Animalia gave the Anti-Animal Award of the Year to Jari Leppä, Finnish Minister of Agriculture and Forestry, for his questionable interpretation of the EU Invasive Alien Species Regulation.
ANIMALIA: Misinterpretation of the EU Invasive Alien Species regulation leads to more suffering for raccoon dogs in Finland
25 November 2019
A pregnant woman has been killed by dogs in a forest in northern France where a hunt with hounds was taking place, investigators have said.
Pregnant woman killed by dogs in France during hunt in forest
20 November 2019
The report aims for assisting IUCN to clarify the ethical acceptability of trophy hunting according to current IUCN statutes and policies and consistent with generally accepted methodologies of social and environmental ethics.
New IUCN report: Trophy hunting not consistent with “sustainable use”
27 September 2019
The arguments for trophy hunting contained within a recent letter published in the journal Science simply don't stack up.
Trophy hunting is not sustainable
19 September 2019