Humane Issues in the News

Each week we round-up the news you need to know about humane issues, from human rights and environmental preservation, to animal protection, to media and culture, to activism, education, and changemaking.

Report says food, water shortages mean significantly reducing meat intake (via Daily Mail) (8/27/12)

"U.S. arms sales make up most of global market" (via NY Times) (8/26/12)

Zoos, aquariums considering delicate balance of educating about climate change (via NY Times) (8/26/12)

Quebec couple's fight to save front yard garden leads to rewrite in city code (via GOOD) (8/25/12)

Students run successful campaign to get Styrofoam trays banned in L.A. schools (via GOOD) (8/24/12)

Do police in schools making things better or worse? (via AlterNet) (8/23/12)

Are "grocery auctions" a good way to save money, cut food waste? (via NPR) (8/23/12)

Is our hunger for cotton clothes starving the world? (via Mother Jones) (July/August 2012)

Report: Americans waste up to 40% of food (via Seattle Times) (8/21/12) 

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