Humane Insecticides - Four Month Update

Previously, we proposed a research project investigating the feasibility of a humane insecticides program. Near-term interventions to improve the welfare of wild insects are a priority because invertebrate welfare, like wild animal welfare in general, is a neglected cause area, and the enormous number of insects together with the likelihood that their welfare is poor means that the potential impact of such interventions is high. We are going to be posting regular updates on the progress of this project.

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Hollis Howe
Our Strategic Plan, 2019-2020

Today, Wild Animal Initiative released its strategic plan for 2019 and 2020. While the full plan can be found here, we wanted to provide some top level highlights of what we will focus on, and how we envision the future of advocating to improve wild animal welfare.

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Abraham Rowe
Announcing Wild Animal Initiative

Today, we are pleased to announce that Wild-Animal Suffering Research (WASR) and Utility Farm (UF) are merging together to form a new organization focused solely on wild animal welfare — Wild Animal Initiative.

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Abraham Rowe