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Read about our ground-breaking legal victory against Japanese whalers
The conservation of animals and plants is at the heart of what HSI does.
Shark conservation is a key HSI campaign - find out how we are working to protect sharks
The Humane Choice label denotes the animal has had the best life and death and is treated with respect.
The Wildlife Land Trust is HSI’s global network of private lands dedicated to the conservation of wildlife and habitats.
Our national environment law protects the places and wildlife we love and they are under pressure.
HSI provides support and assistance to projects around the world.
HSI has as its mission to create a humane world for animals and humans.
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Find out what HSI is doing for the welfare of farm animals
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HSI has been at the forefront of the campaign to protect biodiversity from dangerous climate change for nearly fifteen years.
Humane Society International seeks to create an ecologically sustainable and humane world for all animals and their environments. Through education, advocacy and empowerment, we seek to forge a comprehensive change in human behaviour, protecting all wildlife and their habitats.Read More.