Update on PETA Asia-Pacific’s Rescue Work in Japan
PETA Asia-Pacific is the first international animal rights group on the ground in affected areas.
PETA Asia-Pacific to Aid Tsunami Victims
The tsunami in Japan, caused by one of the largest earthquakes on record, surged several miles inland and claimed the lives of thousands of people and countless animals.
PETA’s Top 10 Vegetarian-Friendly Pubs
PETA is recognising pubs that are offering vegan options and naming the Top 10 Most Vegetarian-Friendly Pubs in the UK.
Cloning Intensifies Animal Suffering
Recent articles revealing that cloned meat has entered the UK food supply have sparked a debate concerning the potential health risks of eating flesh from cloned animals.
Another Reason to Go Vegan – You Can Help Save Animals AND the Rain Forest!
Most people know that raising animals for food is grossly inefficient; whilst animals eat large quantities of grain, they produce only small amounts of meat, dairy products or eggs.
Victory: Cows Spared From Hell on Earth
PETA and other animal rights groups are celebrating after learning that Velmur Ltd have abandoned their proposal to build a huge dairy factory farm in Lincolnshire.
Palm Oil: There’s a Bit of Orangutan Suffering in Every Drop
Palm oil is often sourced from the homes of endangered orangutans and other animals. Greedy businesses cut down the trees and leave the animals homeless and starving to death.
Happy Birthday, Veggie Day!
One year ago, the northern Belgium city of Ghent became the first city in the world to declare a weekly meat-free day to promote sustainable and healthy living.
More Taxes Please!
Taxing “flesh foods” and animal secretions will help animals, halt climate change and other environmental problems and reduce costs of meat consumption that burden the National Health Service.
Eat To Save The Planet
22 April 2010 marked the 40th anniversary of Earth Day.
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