The success of Rangan’s business lends credence to his steadfast belief that “what is good from an ethical standpoint is often what is good for [business] too.”
Unique connections are made at farmed animal sanctuaries, and a new study shows that they have the power to inspire real change in their visitors.
As more and more people stop eating animal products, families are finding new ways to share traditional holiday meals.
Modern-day cat ownership raises ethical questions with no neat answers. As long as humans continue to keep cats as companions, we should make every effort to enrich their lives as much as they do ours.
Lab-grown meat is a new concept but it’s one that could greatly benefit animals, the environment, and our health. It’s the best shot at ending animal agriculture as we know it.
The book features the work of 40 photojournalists from around the world, offering an “unflinching” look at our conflict with non-human animals around the globe.
Surprisingly, many animal sanctuaries and shelters still serve meat at fundraisers and other functions. But in the wake of the pandemic, their menus are becoming more aligned with their missions.
The fourth installment of Sentient Sessions explored the power and opportunity that can arise when movements join forces.
Social movements have long used consumer abstentions to help achieve their goals. It’s time to acknowledge and adopt a boycott on animal products as a key tactic in the fight for justice.
In the time you’ve spent reading this article, roughly 231,396 animals have been slaughtered for food.