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.

Young changemaker works to end Japanese whaling (via The Dominion) (10/18/11)

Report shows "gadget and appliance energy use up 600% in 40 years" (via Treehugger) (10/18/11)

Pennsylvania school district allows advertising to help deal with budget cuts (via Philly.com) (10/16/11)

Impending foie gras ban has foodies, activists at odds 'til the end (via NY Times) (10/15/11)

Shopping malls owner to ban sales of pets (via Zoe) (10/14/11)

Conference explored links between chemicals, obesity (via Bangor Daily News) (10/14/11)

Day laborers take back their power, start own eco-friendly business (via NY Times) (10/13/11)

Research shows turning chimps into entertainers makes us care about them less (via Smithsonian) (10/13/11)

New report says marketers purposely confusing consumers with "natural" food labels (via Treehugger) (10/12/11)

"High gold prices trigger rainforest devastation in Peru" (via Mongabay) 10/11/11)

"California governor signs shark fin ban into law"(via Treehugger) (10/11/11)

California's new B Corp law allows social, environmental considerations (via LA Times) (10/10/11)

China to impose tax on energy, some resources (via AP) (10/10/11)

Georgia factory farms rarely cited for polluting (via Atlanta Journal Constitution) (10/9/11)

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