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The demand for meat is growing globally, and China is the world’s largest future market for protein.
Cultivated meat, a possible solution to satisfy China’s meat demand
17 April 2020
Animal testing, a scientist’s opinion.
Interview with Professor Maurice Whelan, head of EURL ECVAM, about animal testing
2 March 2020
Our Constitution says nothing about animals and their rights. That is strange, says philosopher of law Janneke Vink (29). "If an extraterrestrial would read our Constitution, it cannot tell that animals exist."
“Animal rights are not just an opinion - they are anchored to democracy”
24 October 2019
An in-depth interview with Peter J. Wolf and Dan Spehar about the importance and effectiveness of TNVR, and how regular people can get involved in helping community cats.
The importance of trap-neuter-vaccinate-return and citizen engagement
25 September 2019
The Ukrainian poultry integration MHP believes that it has always adhered to the rules regarding exports to the European Union. MHP was able to export unlimited breast fillet to the EU through a loophole.
The Ukrainian poultry giant MHP doesn’t believe it has broken EU law regarding exports
30 May 2019
There is no doubt today that fish, just like other animals can experience suffering in the form of pain and stress. Yet they are often treated as if they were insensitive things.
Animal rights organizations: Fish slaughter requires rules at EU level
23 May 2019
The Dutch food technology company Mosa Meat created the world’s first hamburger without slaughtering an animal.
Interview: Mosa Meat's Prof. Mark Post on food grown from cells
22 March 2019
The last moment for the animal should be calm.
Two veterinarians with long experience share their thoughts on euthanasia
21 February 2019
The JRC's status report on alternatives to animal testingis just out.
The EC Joint Research Centre's alternatives to animal testing - Going for the win-win-win
7 February 2019
Great Britain was the first European country to ban fur farming. It was in 2000. Could you bring that period closer?
#FurFreeBritain: Interview with Connor Jackson
24 January 2019
Jo-Anne McArthur's work also provided valuable pieces of evidence of recurring EU legislation and OIE animal welfare standards violations occurring in the process of trading live animals between the EU zone and third countries.
“Cruel and unnecessary”: A talk with photographer Jo-Anne McArthur on live transport
2 August 2018