Australian Youth Least Passionate About Ending Whaling
MAY 14, 2010
This finding was one of the survey results announced by the World Society for the Protection of Animals. Young people are the future of conservation. And they are going to be stuck with a lot of shit that we're leaving for them. That sucks.
Mexican Town Opposes Bullfighting
AUGUST 30, 2012
Mexico's first "anti-bullfighting" town has signed a petition calling on the United Nations to approve a universal declaration on animal welfare. More than 220 organizations, headed by the World Society for the Protection of Animals, are collecting signatures worldwide to petition the United Nations to adopt the proposed Universal Declaration on Animal Welfare. From Latino Fox News.
McKee Project Expands Work into Guatemala and Other Latin American Countries
JANUARY 13, 2009
At the end of 2007, the World Society for the Protection of Animals selected the McKee Project to work on spay/neuter programs in Guatemala. Although they are best known for their work in Costa Rica, they also work in Mexico and Panama. This is a great group that I've spotlighted before.
Commissioned Study Shows Namibian Seals Worth More Alive than Dead
SEPTEMBER 2, 2011
Seal tourism brings in more revenue for the African country than the seal hunt. These are the results of a study commissioned by Bont voor Dieren (BvD), Humane Society International (HSI), Respect for Animals (RFA) and the World Society for the Protection of Animals (WSPA), and produced by the Australia-based independent economics consultancy Economists at Large.
From Today's New York Times
MARCH 17, 2008
To the Editor: Thank you for publicizing the plight of satos—street dogs—in Puerto Rico in “ Scrutiny for Puerto Rico Over Animal Treatment ” (news article, March 9). Sadly, the situation in Puerto Rico is replicated in countries around the world where hundreds of millions of dogs live as strays, abandoned by the humans they have come to depend on for food, shelter and companionship.