Artist Evelyn Roth is using classroom sized animals to spread the word about endangered animals. She has created bright and cheerful looking versions of animals that are endangered to provide a pop-up space for kids to learn all about these animals. Her work is presently travelling the world and educating children.
“The designs interact . . . → Read More: Things Are Good: Enter an Endangered Animal and Learn of Their Plight
SeaWorld is an entertainment company that has large aquatic mammals in captivity performing tricks for humans. Their entertainment shows look impressive, but what goes on behind the scenes is rather scary. The good news is that in 2013 this aquatic animal abuse got mainstream attention.
In Canada, the Toronto Star ran an exposé on . . . → Read More: Things Are Good: Blackfish Documentary Hurts SeaWorld
The European Union has banned the selling of cosmetics that have been tested on animals. This will make the lives of many animals better and may encourage innovations in cosmetic testing .
The ban applies to all new cosmetics and their ingredients sold in the EU, regardless of where in the world testing on animals . . . → Read More: Things Are Good: EU Bans Cosmetics Tested on Animals
PETA should use a new argument against animal cruelty, Luka Magnotta.
Luka Magnotta, the accused killer who dismembered a man and sent body parts in the mail across Canada, shares something in common with most psychopaths, animal cruelty.
In 1963 forensic psychiatrist J.M. Macdonald wrote a paper published in the American Journal of Psychiatry that . . . → Read More: The Scott Ross: Hurting Animals Hurts You
Animals inspire, intrigue, and move people in a way nothing else can. Andrew Hosner and Amanda Erlandson gathered together a group of incredible ‘new contemporary’ artists for “Wild at Heart – Keep Wildlife in the Wild”, to touch on that connection while raising awareness about wild creatures around the world.
Now on at Thinkspace . . . → Read More: Art Threat: Wild At Heart: Keep Wildlife In The Wild – New Contemporary artists paint the endangered and beloved
Back in January I posted an article highlighting a video about Sue Coe’s art that was produced by Our Hen House, a “Multimedia hub for people who want to change the world for animals.” Jasmin Singer, one of the founders of Our Hen House, immediately stood out as someone who was not only . . . → Read More: Art Threat: Animals in the Hen House – Interview with Our Hen House executive director, Jasmin Singer
Elizabeth May is quite concerned that the Green Party will not be included in the televised debates. And while I like the Green Party and believe that their contribution to the general political discourse is valuable, I believe that it is important to have a reasonable and consistent principle on which to judge the parties . . . → Read More: atypicalalbertan: BKACPP – Animal Alliance Environment Voters Party of Canada