Media bias goes far beyond the pages of newspapers and websites. It feeds a culture and legal system that allows animal suffering to go unnoticed.
The new book by Drew Pendergrass and Troy Vettese details a plan to save the future from extinction, climate change, and pandemics.
A new documentary film by BAFTA-award-winning director Alex Lockwood explores the underreported connections between animal farming and human disease.
A scathing new report alleges that the country’s largest meat producers made “baseless” claims of meat shortages to keep their facilities running in the early stages of the pandemic.
The first human case of avian flu was confirmed in China last week. But over the past three months, millions of birds have died.
“This is what happens when you try to put too many animals in the same place,” says the report’s author, who lives next door to one of the pig farms.
In this episode, award-winning journalist Jenny Splitter shares her experiences reporting on everything from insect farming to optimism and manure.
Catskill Animal Sanctuary co-founder Kathy Stevens and author of “Where the Blind Horse Sings” explains why animal sanctuaries have the power to change lives.
In this episode, we talk with Dr. Akhtar about her work building a world where animal testing is no longer the default.
A new study finds that as climate change pushes wildlife into closer contact with humans, zoonotic diseases will be able to spread more easily.
The decision was met with backlash from opponents, who favor interventions that address the human side of the problem.
The automated emotion recognition tool can apparently be used to assess pig welfare on farms. But advocates say it is too little too late.
Cultivated meat is attracting a lot of new attention. But experts question whether the new technology will truly make our food systems more sustainable.
Women-led food tech startups are changing the fabric of the food tech industry, which they say has been dominated by “bro culture” for too long.