Humane Issues in the News...

Each week we post links to news about humane education & humane living, and items connected to humane issues, from human rights to environmental preservation, to animal protection, to media, consumerism and culture.

"What a population of 7 billion people means for the planet" (commentary) (via The Guardian) (7/18/11)

Study shows tuna species nearing extinction, but over-fishing them is "too profitable" to stop (via Treehugger) (7/15/11)

Study shows loss of predators has caused "widespread disruption of ecosystems" (via Science Daily) (7/14/11)

Studies show peer pressure inspires people to save more energy (via The Tyee) (7 14 11)

"California becomes first state to mandate gay history" as part of curriculum (via Christian Science Monitor) (7/14/11)

"How animal welfare signals moral progress" (commentary) (via CNN) (7/13/11)

Marketers finding new ways to target boys in the ages 6-11 demographic (via WSJ) (7/13/11)

Communities instituting programs to address food deserts (via USA Today) (7/13/11)

One city offers citizens free public transit for trading in their cars (via Treehugger) (7/12/11)

Teachers caught in middle when it comes to immigrant students (via AP) (7/6/11)

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