Walter Palmer, the American dentist that paid $50,000 to shoot Cecil will not face charges in Zimbabwe after the Environment Minister made an announcement saying that Walter Palmer’s ‘papers were in order’.
The latest disclosure from the greyhound industry reveals the mass slaughter of 13,000 – 17,000 greyhounds each year. This follows the exposé of live baiting by Animals Australia and Animal Liberation Queensland which aired on Four Corners in February.
World Rabies Day happens on 28 September every year. This World Rabies Day we are celebrating the first anniversary of Kenya’s National Rabies Elimination strategy - the first African country to have such a plan.
Contrary to what is often claimed, there is a cruel reality behind the use of elephants in rides and shows, which tourists are largely unaware of. Here we refute five of the common myths about elephants in the tourist entertainment industry.
Lost and abandoned fishing gear is causing irreparable damage to the world’s oceans. We have gathered experts from around the world to meet in London today to launch the Global Ghost Gear Initiative (GGGI), marking the start of an action plan to tackle this urgent problem.