Activists, disease specialists, and environmentalists are making the connection between the way we eat and the risk it poses to public health. Sometimes it feels like they’re the only ones.
COVID-19 has revealed the deep interconnectedness of our planet, where an outbreak in China can lead to curfews in California.
Even when animal protections are strong, millions of sentient beings suffer. Clément Martz takes us to the heart of the problem, exposing conditions at “high welfare” facilities during COVID-19.
Public trust in the vaccination process is soaring. Although for some vegans, deciding whether or not to get the vaccine—which was tested on animals—may feel slightly more complicated.
If you share your home with a companion animal, you might be asking, can animals catch coronavirus? Here’s what you need to know to keep your pets COVID-free.
A new UN-backed report is calling for the rapid transition away from intensive animal agriculture, fearing it could lead to massive biodiversity loss and the next pandemic.
Can humans become hosts and infect animals with COVID-19? To answer that question, you need to understand where the novel coronavirus came from.
Mass cullings and lockdowns for farmed birds treat the symptoms and not the cause of avian flu.
Many Americans are quick to blame the pandemic on China’s eating habits while ignoring the issues with their own food system.
Factory farming poses a serious pandemic risk, which begs the question: Did animal agriculture cause COVID-19?