Causes

Goat Cheese Farm Converts to Vegan Cheese Farm

by Brianne Hogan

After 20 years of producing award-winning goat cheese, farmers Carol and Julian Pearce are now going vegan. The farmers have always been compassionate and loving towards animals (Carol has a background in

Read More

Endangered Species to Light Up the Empire State Building

by Brianne Hogan

On Saturday night, the most famous building in New York City will be aglow with images of endangered species as part of Oceanic Preservation Society’s “Projecting Change on the Empire State

Read More

New Podcasts Explores the Ins and Outs of Animal Law

by Natalia Lima

Our Hen House, a nonprofit animal rights organization, has launched a new podcast completely dedicated to the legal system and its relationship to animals. Hosted by self-proclaimed “passionate (and nosy)

Read More

African Golden Wolf is First New Canine in 150 Years

by Brianne Hogan

Looks like the jackals, the tricksters of traditional folklore, have fooled us once again. The golden jackals found across parts of Africa, the Middle East, Asia and Europe, are now

Read More

Zimbabwe Asks for Extradition of Cecil’s Killer

by Natalia Lima

The Zimbabwean authorities have officially stated they want Walter James Palmer, the dentist responsible for killing Cecil, the lion, in an illegal hunt, extradited to the country so he can

Read More

Germany Breaks Own Renewable Energy Record

by Natalia Lima

Germany has just broken its own record for the amount of energy generated by renewable sources in a day. On July 25th, the country generated 78 percent of its total

Read More

NY Court: Chimps Are Not People

by Natalia Lima

The Manhattan Supreme Court ruled that chimpanzees are property, not ‘persons’ according to the law, in the case of Leo and Hercules, two chimpanzees currently being used for science experiments

Read More