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A quiet revolution is also taking place in labs, where scientists are working to cultivate meat and seafood grown from cells, with the potential to reduce demand for industrial animal agriculture even further.
Will cultured meat soon be a common sight in supermarkets across the globe?
20 February 2020
The buyers of leather goods do not always know where the leather comes from. In the 37 degree film, author Manfred Karremann tracks down the tortuous ways of transporting animals.
The truth behind the transport of animals used for leather
20 February 2020
Investigations have once again uncovered violations that inflict unnecessary suffering on animals being transported alive, despite the EU Transport Regulation entering into force thirteen years ago.
Investigation into fate of cattle and unweaned calves reconfirms urgent need to revise EU law
19 February 2020
Decision concerns two ships regularly transporting live animals to the Middle East, prompting questions about monitoring of fleet.
Ireland revokes livestock ship operator's licence for low performance rating
18 February 2020
There is a urgent need for EU action against antimicrobial resistance (AMR)
A European One Health Action Plan against Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR)
12 February 2020
The EU could demand in greater detail the feeding of animals exclusively to grass, a point that was not being fulfilled.
Argentina may face difficulties to export meat to the EU under the Hilton quotas
30 January 2020
Researchers worry about the "growing influence [of the lobbies of animal husbandry] in public decisions which takes on a worrying dimension for our democracy"
130 researchers warn in open letter to better protect whistleblowers in France
29 January 2020
Russia restricts meat imports from Argentina for public health reasons.
Russia restricts meat imports from Argentina and Paraguay
24 December 2019
Hundreds of Australian cattle sold to the Indonesian Government in 2018 for breeding are malnourished or dead, and images obtained by the ABC show the rotting corpses of animals that could have bred for several years.
Australian cattle sold to Indonesia as aid are ending up starving or dead
8 December 2019
A new Ontario bill would make it near impossible for whistleblowers to expose incidents of cruelty in the animal industry.
New bill aims to hide animal abuse on farms in Canada
5 December 2019
The country was going to breed a herd of genetically dehorned cows. Then errors in the cows' DNA cropped up.
Brazil's plans for gene-edited cows got scrapped because of errors in DNA
26 August 2019
Calves being transported from Lithuania to Israel have been found in extremely overcrowded conditions on the trucks, lying in a thick layer of manure and suffering from heat and extreme thirst.
Suffering of calves on 1700km road journey to Israel
16 August 2019