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25. November 2014
Source: VeganBlog.de

Schweiz: Robbenimportverbot endgültig beschlossen

Der Nationalrat der Schweiz hat sich für ein Robbenimportverbot ausgesprochen. Geschrieben von Frank im VeganBlog.deread more »

25. November 2014
Source: VeganBlog.de

Die Rache aus dem Stall: Landwirte setzen Antibiotika nicht verantwortungsvoll ein

„Die Rache aus dem Stall“ so heißt ein großer Artikel in der 48. Ausgabe der „Die Zeit“. Geschrieben von Lisa im VeganBlog.deread more »

25. November 2014
Source: VeganBlog.de

Happy End für Holly: Entführtes Kalb kommt auf einen Lebenshof

Anfang November wurde ein nur wenige Tage altes Kalb aus unerklärlichen Gründen entführt und auf dem Autorücksitz des vermeintlichen Diebes sichergestellt. Geschrieben von Lisa im VeganBlog.deread more »

25. November 2014
Source: VeganBlog.de

10 Argumente gegen eine vegane Ernährung

“Vegane Ernährung, ist das nicht total unnatürlich?” Vegan lebende Menschen begegnen immer den gleichen “Argumenten” gegen ihre Lebensweise. Hier die 10 häufigsten, die mir die Teilnehmer des PETA Veganstart regelmäßig mitteilen: 1. „Tiere töten...read more »

25. November 2014

WWF and TRAFFIC applaud global commitments to combat wildlife crime

Bangkok, Thailand, 25th November 2014—Declarations from recent global summits reflect continuing high-level political will to tackle the multi-billion dollar international trade in illegal wild animals and plants, and they need to be followed up...read more »

25. November 2014

Passion and Patience in the Town Without Pity

Passion and Patience in the Town Without Pity Commentary by Sea Shepherd Founder, Captain Paul Watson The albino Risso's dolphin captured this weekend in Taiji swims with its family for the last time in...read more »

24. November 2014

Video: Watch the Incredible Migration of Thousands of Giant Spider Crabs in Australia

Spider crabs migrate across Port Phillip Bay in Australia. (Photo: Museum Victoria / YouTube) Australia is famous for its teeming, colorful biodiversity like sea turtles, giant clams, and coral, but it’s the Great Barrier...read more »

24. November 2014

While America Spars Over Keystone XL, A Vast Network Of Pipelines Is Quietly Being Approved

by Katie Valentine / Think Progress After countless marches, arrests, Congressional votes, and editorials, the five-and-a-half year battle over the controversial Keystone XL pipeline is nearing its end. If a recent ruling in Nebraska...read more »

24. November 2014

We Are Seneca Lake Anti-Fracking Protestor Pens Moving Letter from Jail

by Sandra Steingraber / EcoWatch Breakfast in the Chemung County Jail is served at 5 a.m. This morning—Friday, November 21, 2014—it was Cheerios and milk plus two slaps of universally-despised “breakfast cake.” Along with...read more »

24. November 2014

Environmental Activist Near Death After 65-Day Hunger Strike in Trinidad

by Josh Surtees / VICE Wayne Kublalsingh is on an epic 65-day hunger strike over a plan to build a four-lane highway through a wetlands wildlife habitat in Trinidad and Tobago. Emaciated and struggling...read more »

24. November 2014

Oceana in Chile Submits Recommendations for Lowering Common Hake Catch Quotas

Hakes (Merluccius sp.) in a crate. (Photo: Oceana / LX) Last week, Oceana in Chile recommended that the Chilean government lower the total annual catch quota for common hake—a severely overexploited species— in 2015...read more »

24. November 2014

Protest Against Pipeline on the Nolichucky River in Tennessee

from WATE On Sunday people wearing black stood along the Nolichucky River, they say to mourn the loss of the river as we know it. An explosives company U.S. Nitrogen is building a pipeline...read more »