The suffering involved in the production of civet coffee has been highlighted by World Animal Protection (formerly known as WSPA) in a paper written for ‘Oryx’, the International Journal of Conservation.
At the start of the year, our team was deployed to the site of an erupting volcano in Indonesia, to provide emergency support for livestock. This month they returned to the disaster area to see how the animals they had helped were getting on.
We are pleased to announce that we have signed a worldwide partnership with one of the world’s biggest food brands, Nestlé. This gives us a fantastic opportunity to improve the lives of millions of farm animals around the world.
We are opposed to the culling of dogs ahead of the Sochi Winter Olympics. We believe that it is necessary to address the source of dog population, rather than use culling as a means of population control.
We are delighted that after a two year campaign calling for the Cayman Turtle Farm to end the farming of endangered green sea turtles for meat, the Cayman Islands Government is now beginning to publicly address some of our concerns.
Today marks four years since the catastrophic 7.0 magnitude earthquake that hit Haiti in 2010. Just 72 hours after the event, our Disaster Operations Director for the Americas Gerardo Huertas was deployed to Haiti.