Hi everyone, just a reminder that our meeting will be at Cibo in Hutt Street this Sunday 5th August at 10am. Come along to hear about upcoming events.
Carnage at the jumps racing in Bendigo. Like we have always maintained this "sport" cannot be made safe. Thanks to our friends at Coalition for the Protection of Racehorses for keeping up the fight.
You wouldn’t believe the chaos yesterday at the Bendigo jumps races. 10-year-old ‘Something To Share’ didn’t make it out alive. What’s worse is that industry participants warned Racing Victoria the track was no good for jumping. But they still went ahead. ... See more
Dairy Cruelty campaign update. Blossom the momma cow is now on West Lakes Boulevard, Albert Park. Let us know if you see her and we love to see any photos!
Thanks to our wonderful members who joined us today in the Mall to inform the public about the cruelty in the fur and down industries. Feel free to tag yourself guys.
TIME CHANGE FOR SAT Animal Liberation Outreach. It has come to our attention that there will be a live export rally at 1 pm this Saturday (the same day that we will be conducting outreach to inform the public about the cruelty involved in the fur and down industries). For this reason we will be meeting at 10:30 am on Saturday July 14. We will finish at 12:30 to give people plenty of time to join the live export rally at Parliament House. Here are the details for our outreach: Please join us on Saturday July 14, 2018 for our outreach against the cruel fur and down industries. Where: meet at the "Malls Balls" in Rundle Mall, City. When: 10:30am through 12:30pm. Signs will be provided. ... See more
Hi everyone, hope to see you tomorrow morning (Sunday July 1st) at 10am at Cibo in Hutt Street for our meeting.
"Whether human beings survive this century and the next, whether other lifeforms can live alongside us: more than anything, this depends on the way we eat."
Lyn White, director of strategy at Animals Australia, said the delay until 2020 in ending grandfathering “allows older ships with deficient ventilation to carry sheep over two more northern summers despite the known animal welfare repercussions. "We have heard a lot of rhetoric from the Prime Minister and Minister [Littleproud] about the importance the government places on animal welfare. Yet at every turn we see the major reforms needed to give sheep the most basic protections prevented,” White said. ... See more
The government has extended by a year the time it is giving exporters with old ships to continue with sub-standard conditions for sheep carried to the Middle East.
In a move designed to protect exporters, not animals, the Turnbull Government has delayed acting on the most *critical* recommendation from their review into the live export trade — a recommendation that would have STOPPED dangerous summer shipments this year 😠 Angry? You should be. ACT NOW 👉 www.AnimalsAus.org/Ry6 ... See more
Please share widely (especially with your meat and dairy consuming friends). It can no longer be denied, to save the planet one must give up animal products. https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2018/may/31/avoiding-meat-and-dairy-is-single-biggest-way-to-reduce-your-impact-on-earth ... See more
Biggest analysis to date reveals huge footprint of livestock - it provides just 18% of calories but takes up 83% of farmland
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