In My View: We Must Restore the Little Things Who Run the World
By Priscilla Feral
In her newest “In My View” blog, FoA President Priscilla Feral spotlights why it’s important to reverse habitat destruction to restore the plants, insects and birds — pollinators that run the world.
Nonhuman animals can do the math too
Nonhuman animals’ counting capabilities allow them to navigate, protect themselves, forage, and find mates. The Wildlife Law Program examines the issue here.
Stop making a racket, for wildlife’s sake
By Fran Silverman
Between the sounds of fire engine sirens that can wake the dead, the screech of train whistles, the constant drone of highway crews increasingly cutting down trees to brace for fiercer storms brought on by climate change, and the cacophony of construction equipment building more stores and housing, it’s increasingly impossible to find a moment’s peace in suburbia let alone the city. And the animals we share our environs with are feeling the consequences. Here’s why we all need to stop making a racket, for wildlife’s sake.
Taking the fear out of vegan cooking
By Dustin Rhodes
Plantbased cooking—like any cooking—can be quick and easy (and incredibly delicious), but it takes a little self-education before it’s effortless But really all you need are a few things to get you through, explains FoA Development Director Dustin Rhodes in this new blog.
There’s now watering down the importance of waterways
By Nicole Rivard
Struggling coral reefs are a sign of the importance of caring for our waterways to help sustain marine life. And there’s lots we can do, explains FoA Action Line Editor Nicole Rivard.
Can you fit a dog into your schedule?
By Meg McIntire
Working at an animal rights organization means I typically field a lot of questions about wildlife, pets, and veganism from my friends and family. But this recent text from a friend of mine really stuck with me and prompted me to question how people define being a responsible pet owner. Read more