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Company Sets New Policy After PETA Appeal For Immediate Release:May 5, 2009   Contact:Kristie Phelps 757-622-7382   San Francisco -- After learning from PETA about… Read more...
The EU's executive Commission last year proposed a range of measures to improve the welfare of the 12 million vertebrate animals used in experiments each… Read more...
My biggest wish is that people in the western world could understand what is happening here in Borneo, and how the demand for palm oil… Read more...
There is no shortage of ways to measure the cost of palm oil. First there is the catastrophic impact on the wildlife of Malaysia and… Read more...
By Martin Hickman, Consumer Affairs Correspondent British consumers are fuelling the rising demand for palm oil, speeding up the destruction of rainforests and killing off… Read more...
The trade in Sumatran orangutans for pets shows little sign of decline and is taking the species to the brink of extinction, a report concludes.… Read more...
  Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia - Lack of law enforcement against illegal trade in Indonesia threatens the survival of orang-utans and gibbons on Sumatra, a new… Read more...
Cleve Hicks gives account of central African wilderness under imminent threat of destruction by rapidly-emerging commercial bushmeat trade sweeping across Democratic Republic of the Congo,… Read more...
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