17 June 2016
640,000 tons of lost fishing gear enters oceans each year causing entanglement, suffering, and death for hundreds of thousands of animals.
16 June 2016
After a year of asking, and over 330,000 people demanding action, we finally got to meet with TripAdvisor last week. We discussed how they can help protect wild animals being abused in the tourism industry.
25 May 2016
Animals are dealing with the trauma of the disaster and mourning the family members they’ve lost. However we’ve provided nearly 4,000 of them with medical treatment and food, helping to get their lives back on track.
20 May 2016
After hearing about our call to TripAdvisor to stop profiting from wild animal abuse, City Discovery took the initiative and stood up for wildlife themselves. The move is a further shift towards ending wildlife cruelty in tourism.
13 May 2016
Our new study reveals the demand for the world’s most expensive coffee, created inhumanely by civets, is on the rise due to tourism.
13 May 2016
Travel companies have a critical role to play in determining the fate of wild animals in the tourism industry. Thankfully, some are beginning to take on their rightful responsibility – but others still need to step up.
10 May 2016
We’re delighted to announce that our new permanent CEO, Steve McIvor, has been appointed. Steve has extensive experience within both the animal welfare and corporate sectors, most recently as our acting CEO and Global Director of Programmes.
26 April 2016
Yesterday we launched a petition and revealed the shocking truth about the world’s leading travel review website. It’s more than just a review site, TripAdvisor actively promotes and profits from some of the cruellest wildlife tourist attractions.
25 April 2016
TripAdvisor Inc. is selling tickets to and promoting cruel wildlife tourist attractions. Help us demand that they protect wild animals and end their support of this cruel industry.
24 April 2016
Six provinces have declared a state of emergency after being hit by a 7.8 magnitude earthquake. Thousands of animals are likely to need our help.