PRESS MIRROR (July 01, 2013)


More action sought to save Maui’s dolphins

by AAP

The International Whaling Commission’s scientific committee is urging the New Zealand government to bolster measures immediately to prevent Maui’s dolphins being caught in fishing nets …

MSN NZ News – 04:01 Tue Jul 2 2013…


Bob Carr raises whaling with Japanese

Australian Foreign Minister Bob Carr says it’s crucial that differences with Japan over its controversial whaling program do not extend to other areas in the relationship between the two countries …

BigPond News – Monday, July 01, 2013 » 11:54 pm…


US President Barack Obama makes pledge to tackle wildlife crime during Africa visit

WWF today praised US President Barack Obama for announcing major new steps to help combat wildlife trafficking and the global crime syndicates that are driving the illicit trade, including the development of a presidential task force on wildlife trafficking and $10 million in critical new support for regional and bilateral training and technical assistance in Africa to combat wildlife trafficking …

WWF International – Posted on 01 July 2013…

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Obama wants to crackdown on Africa’s illegal wildlife trade…


PETA: Five Ways Vegans Can Screw With Carnivores at the Fourth of July BBQ

By Laine Doss

People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) has always been controversial. But sometimes you’ve got to make waves to get noticed. By bringing the plight of animal cruelty in circuses, factory farms, and in laboratories to light, many barbaric practices are being phased out …

New Times Broward-Palm Beach (blog) – Mon., Jul. 1 2013 at 11:15 AM…


Colorado-Boulder to Use Computer Simulations as an Alternative for Classroom Science Experiments?

Posted by Stephen Adkins

The University of Colorado-Boulder (CU) is currently reviewing its methods of using live animals in undergraduate classroom science experiments after animal rights group- People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) filed a complaint against the university last fall.

PETA described the experiments as cruel and questioned the university’s ethics on conducting live animal experiments …

University Herald – Jul 01, 2013 08:35 AM EDT…


In the News: Sumatran tiger rarer than previously thought

The Sumatran tiger, a Critically Endangered tiger subspecies, may be even rarer than previously thought, according to a new study …

ARKive (blog) – Monday, 01 July 2013


Indias Historic Ban Says No to Cosmetics Testing on Animals

By SiliconIndia

Bangalore: India has taken a ‘much-awaited’ decision to ban cruel animal testing methods for cosmetic products, thus making animal welfare groups ecstatic. The Bureau of Indian Standards recently approved the removal of any mention of animal tests from the country’s cosmetics standard, reported Vijay Singh for TNN. The use of contemporary non-animal alternative tests has become compulsory, substituting the tests on animals … – Monday, 01 July 2013, 03:01 Hrs…


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