Our staff at World Animal Protection are at the forefront of the global animal protection movement. Every day they are moved by inspiring stories and the challenges they face in their work. Our international blog will bring you their views and opinions as we move the world to protect animals.
World Animal Protection international blog
Posted on 20 July 2017 by Christina Dixon
Thai Union recently announced it will slash its use of controversial ‘fish aggregating devices’ (FADs), which attract fish into one area making them easier to catch, by 50%
Posted on 08 June 2017 by Ingrid Giskes
Two years ago, whaling created mass public outrage, and rightfully so
Posted on 24 March 2017 by Ingrid Giskes
Pressure is growing for countries to reduce marine litter and meet United Nations commitments. The GGGI we lead is taking on a key role to help countries find practical solutions
Posted on 06 January 2017 by Gemma Carder
Reptiles are a diverse group of animals, constantly adapting to survive and to suit their environment. But can well-intentioned pet owners meet their complex needs?