With continuous lactation breeding, we can do without the slaughterhouse

Few people know that the vast majority of dairy farms cause as many kills as meat farms: so that the milk can be collected for human consumption, the mothers produce young each year, which are given to them. removed from birth and often placed, 24 hours a day, in “ niches » individual [1]. The … Read more

To continue to eat chocolate, we will have to pay more producers

AFP, published on Saturday, October 29, 2022 at 04:42 To deforest less and continue to taste bars and squares of chocolate, it will be necessary to better remunerate cocoa producers, who suffer from ever lower prices according to cooperatives and fair trade actors. From Peru to Ghana, where the pods containing the precious beans are … Read more

To continue to eat chocolate, we will have to pay more producers

AFP, published on Saturday, October 29, 2022 at 04:42 To deforest less and continue to taste bars and squares of chocolate, it will be necessary to better remunerate cocoa producers, who suffer from ever lower prices according to cooperatives and fair trade actors. From Peru to Ghana, where the pods containing the precious beans are … Read more

The investigation into the “wolf of Valberg” closed without further action

The investigation stops, but a great deal of mystery remains. The prosecutor of the Republic of Valence announced, in a press release, that the investigation concerning “the wolf of Valberg” was closed without further action. A quick reminder: in the fall of 2019, a hungry cub was captured by state services in Valberg, while he … Read more

The number of wild animals on Earth continues to decline

Western lowland gorillas have lost 80% of their population over the past fifty years. Joe / stock.adobe.com The abundance of vertebrate populations has fallen by an average of 69% over the past fifty years, according to a report published Thursday by the WWF. There are fewer and fewer wild animals on Earth. The size of … Read more

Let’s stop the hunt for groundhogs!

The Savoie Animal Justice Association (AJAS) is the author of this open letter addressed to the Minister of Ecological Transition. It was signed by 120 local elected officials, MEPs, parliamentarians (including Manuel Bompard and Julien Bayou) and former elected officials (including Corinne Lepage and Cédric Villani). Minister, Hereby, we, local elected officials and parliamentarians, ask … Read more