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  • May 6, 2016

    穿山甲保护研讨会

    Humane Society International, Aita Foundation

    北京爱它动物保护公益基金会与美国人道对待动物协会在北京联合举办了穿山甲保护研讨会,发布了关于中国公众对穿山甲消费和穿山甲保护的社会调查结果。这两家动物保护组织呼吁要保护这一濒危物种。来自世界自然保护联盟物种存续委员会(IUCN SSC)的穿山甲专家Helen Nash在研讨会上介绍了穿山甲的独特生物学特征以及它们所面临的困境。她说:“中华穿山甲还有希望,但我们需要采取紧急的行动去保护它们。”

  • May 6, 2016

    Survey Results in China Reveal Strong Public Support for Pangolin Protection

    Humane Society International, Aita Foundation

    A poll by the Aita Foundation and HSI found that more than 80 percent of Chinese public agree that consuming pangolins for food or for medicinal purposes should be banned. Additionally, 90 percent of those surveyed expressed their willingness to partake in pangolin protection activities.

  • May 4, 2016

    Kenya Ivory Burn Demonstrates Need for the Oregon Ballot Initiative Ivory

    Humane Society International, The Humane Society of the United States

    In a strong warning to elephant poachers, Kenya sent 105 tons of ivory up in flames this past Saturday, April 30.

  • May 1, 2016

    France Bans Ivory Trade

    Humane Society International/Europe

    HSI/Europe applauded the French Environment Minister Ségolène Royal for announcing her intention to implement a ban on ivory trade in all French territories and stating her support for similar measures at an EU level.

  • April 29, 2016

    Netherlands Applauded for Introducing EU's Strictest Ban on Trophy Hunting Imports

    Humane Society International/Europe

    HSI/Europe applauded the Dutch State Secretary for Economic Affairs for banning the import of hunting trophies from approximately 200 species to the Netherlands. The European Union is the second largest trophy importer in the world, following the United States, and this now means the Netherlands has the most comprehensive trophy import ban in the EU.

  • April 21, 2016

    South Africa Scraps Controversial Proposal to Legalize International Trade in Rhino Horn at CITES

    Humane Society International

    HSI commended South Africa for scrapping a controversial and misguided proposal to legalize the international trade in rhino horn

  • April 6, 2016

    Ontario Government Scraps Proposal to Increase Hunting of Wolves and Coyotes

    Humane Society International/Canada, Animal Alliance of Canada, Animal Alliance Environment Voters Party of Canada, Born Free, Canadians for Bears, Coyote Watch Canada, Earthroots, Wolf Awareness, Zoocheck

    HSI/Canada applauded the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry for scrapping a plan to allow increased killing of wolves and coyotes across the province. The poorly-conceived proposal was branded as an effort to protect moose populations, yet even the province’s own data showed that the indiscriminate killing of predators is not an effective wildlife management practice.

  • March 22, 2016

    New U.S. Dolphin Safe Tuna Labeling Rule Praised

    Humane Society International

    Read a statement from Kitty Block, senior vice president of HSI, responding to a new rule proposed by the United States that would address Mexico’s challenge to the U.S. Dolphin Safe label at the WTO.

  • March 17, 2016

    Breaking News: SeaWorld to End All Orca Breeding

    A Humane Nation -- Wayne Pacelle's Blog

    SeaWorld announced in cooperation with The HSUS that it will end all breeding of its orcas and it won’t obtain additional orcas from other sources, along with a number other positive changes for animals.

  • March 8, 2016

    Un nouveau projet de loi apporterait des améliorations importantes aux lois sur le bien-être animal du Canada

    Humane Society International/Canada, Animal Alliance of Canada, Animal Alliance Environment Voters Party of Canada, Animal Justice, Coalition Canadienne Pour la Protection des Animaux de Ferme, Fédération des Sociétés Canadiennes d'assistance aux Animaux, Fonds International pour la Protection des Animaux, SPCA de Montréal, Zoocheck

    Le député libéral Nathaniel Erskine-Smith a présenté le projet de loi C-246, la Loi sur la modernisation des mesures de protection des animaux, avec l’appui d'une coalition des principaux groupes de protection des animaux canadiens.