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Federal Court In Australia Permits Live Export Of 56,000 Sheep To The Middle East Despite A “Ban” Already In Place

Today, there are over 50,000 more reasons to be outraged and appalled by the horrendous conditions animals are subjected to during live exports. The...

Tidal Wave Of Opposition Forms Against Bulldozing Last Coastal Wetland In Los Angeles; Virtual Town Hall Meeting Tomorrow, June 17th

A panel of experts and political leaders will be speaking out tomorrow against a plan to bulldoze the Ballona Wetlands Ecological Reserve during a Virtual Town Hall...

The Colombian Senate Votes To Ban Animal Testing For Cosmetics; Bill Now Moves To President’s Desk For Signature

Last week, the Colombian Senate voted to ban cosmetics testing on animals. The new bill, which will come into effect in 2024, prohibits the use of animals...

Four Suspects Arrested By Uganda Wildlife Authority Over The Death Of A Silverback Gorilla Known As Rafiki

Photo By: Uganda Wildlife Authority Uganda Wildlife Authority (UWA) personnel arrested four poachers in the southern sector of Bwindi Impenetrable National Park (BINP) last week following...

In Response To A Lawsuit By Conservation Groups, The U.S. Forest Service Will Halt Road Construction This Summer In Northern Idaho To Protect Grizzly...

In response to a lawsuit filed by five conservation groups, federal agencies earlier this week agreed to forego planned summer construction on the Bog Creek Road...

New Lawsuit Fights For Trade Sanctions Against Mexico As Remaining 10 Vaquita Near Extinction

Photo by Paula Olson / NOAA Conservation groups sued the Trump administration today to force a long overdue decision to sanction Mexico for its illegal fishing...