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.


Study shows "people in poor, non-white neighborhoods breathe more hazardous particles" (via Environmental Health News) (11/1/12)

"Hershey sued for info on use of child labor in cocoa supplies" (via Reuters) (11/1/12)

"Vanishing mustangs: are America's wild horses in danger of disappearing?" (via Treehugger) (10/31/12)

U.N. urges halt of "ocean grabbing" fishing (via Reuters) (10/30/12)

Botswana to stop issuing hunting permits (via China Daily) (10/29/12)

Scientists categorize 4 distinct elephant personalities (via The Telegraph) (10/28/12)

Studies show babies have sense of right and wrong (via Globe and Mail) (10/24/12)

"Ending rape illiteracy" (commentary) (via The Nation) (11/23/12)

"Cost to prevent all future extinctions: $11 per person?" (via Scientific American) (10/16/12)



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