Wildlife. Not Entertainers
From wild animal selfies to swimming with dolphins and elephant riding to petting lion cubs and taking tiger selfies, cruelty to animals in the entertainment industry is rampant.
- A Close up on cruelty: The harmful impact of wildlife selfies in the Amazon
- Breaking Africa’s elephants: Exposing the rise of cruel tourist rides
- Breeding cruelty: How tourism is killing Africa’s lions
- Checking out of cruelty: How to end wildlife tourism’s holiday horrors
- Taken for a ride: The conditions for elephants used in tourism in Asia
- The Case Against Marine Mammals in Captivity
- The show can't go on: End the suffering of wild animals at cruel visitor attractions in zoos and aquariums
- The show can’t go on: Ending wild animal abuse for entertainment
- Tiger selfies exposed: A portrait of Thailand’s tiger entertainment industry
- Wildlife on a tightrope: An overview of wild animals in entertainment in Thailand
- Wildlife abusement parks in Bali, Lombok and Gili Trawangan
Wildlife. Not Pets
Each year, millions of wild animals are captured from their natural habitats or born into captivity, just to become pets. Our houses are not suitable homes for a wild animal.
Wildlife. Not Medicine
The demand for traditional Asian medicine is threatening wildlife populations around the world. From big cat farms to pangolin poaching, iconic animals are being pushed to the bring of extinction to fuel a scientifically unproven practice.
Raise Pigs Right
Millions of pigs around the world are raised on cruel factory farms that confine them to cages and barren environments, mutilate piglets to prevent fighting in overcrowded spaces, and break their spirits by not allowing them to express their natural behaviors.
Change for Chickens
Too often, the reality behind the world’s favorite meat is unacceptable suffering - and the ones supporting this suffering are fast food giants like KFC, Burger King, and McDonald's.
- Valuing higher welfare chicken: Making the financial case for more humane chicken production
- The Pecking Order: How leading global fast-food companies are failing the chickens their businesses depend on
- The Business Benchmark on Farm Animal Welfare Report: A leading global measure of farm animal welfare
- Exposing the secret suffering of chickens farmed for meat: Demand for chicken meat continues to rise, worsening their suffering
A staggering 640,000 tons of abandoned fishing gear (ghost gear) is left in our oceans each year. This gear traps, mutilates, and kills hundreds of thousands of animals annually.
- Ghosts Beneath the Waves (2nd Edition): Ghost gear’s catastrophic impact on our oceans, and the urgent action needed from industry
- Ghosts Beneath the Waves (1st Edition): Ghost gear’s catastrophic impact on our oceans, and the urgent action needed from industry
- Fishing's Phantom Menace: How ghost fishing gear is endangering our sea life