The Past, Present, and Future of Meat Alternatives

In recent years, the number of Australians who are now consuming a vegetarian diet has grown rapidly. As of 2018, 2.5 million (12.1%) Australians have…

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Legal recognition for threatened woodlands (at long last)

New Federal Environment Minister Sussan Ley has wasted no time in clearing the considerable in tray left by her predecessors, and the good news is tha…

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Japan resumes killing whales for profit after 33 years

Japan, a long-time outlier on the global consensus against commercial whaling, overtly resumed killing whales for profit yesterday in defiance of a 33…

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Canada passes two massive pieces of legislation for marine wildlife

Author: Lawrence Chlebeck, Marine Campaigner We see you Canada. In a mere matter of weeks, Canada passed not one, but two remarkable pieces of…

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China’s Yulin dog meat festival

Across China, there are many dog markets and slaughterhouses, and dogs and cats are killed for human consumption all year round and country-wide. Whil…

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Resetting the national conversation on animal welfare

The meat industry has issued an important note to self. Meat and Livestock Australia has warned its industry they face a $3.2 billion loss due to conc…

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