Our topic today: traps and hunters Below are some of the hollow, de facto false arguments hunters make about traps when the public asks about it 1. Hunter’s statement: Traps are no longer allowed or used in Germany! That’s not true! Trapping is a completely common and widespread hunting method in Germany. However, it is […]Hunters aren’t just professional killers. They’re professional liars too — Serbian Animals Voice (SAV)
Without this constant flow of financing, investments, and loans, nine companies with ties to Indigenous rights violations and conflicts in Indigenous territories would not be able to operate. Join our campaign demanding that they stop being complicit in the destruction of the Amazon!
South Korea: Pre Election Promises That, Once Elected, Become Non Reality. Pre election promises that, once elected, become non reality. President Moon of South Korea was elected in 2017; one of his election promises was that he was going to tackle, and make ‘war’ with those involved in the live dog meat farming business. We all […]South Korea: The Pre Election Promise That After An Election Win Became A ‘Not Interested’. Shame On President Moon. — Serbian Animals Voice (SAV)
As the reality of living through a winter with coronavirus restrictions still in place starts to dawn on people all over the northern hemisphere, experts worry of a potential mental health crisis. Lessons drawn from the world’s happiest region could be key to keeping ourselves in good physical and mental health over the chilly, dark season to come.
While winters aren’t as cold as you might expect in much of Scandinavia especially coastal areas, the population still has to deal with winter storms, high winds and very dark days.
The latest edition of the UN’s World Happiness Report stated that “weather probably doesn’t play a major role in increasing or decreasing Nordic happiness,” so…
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Survey: Support for banning fur farming in Estonia is greater than ever before Loomus According to a survey commissioned by animal advocacy organisation Loomus, 83% of women and 66% of men are not in favour of fur farming. 73% of Estonians and 77% of people from other nationalities are against fur farming. 73% of Keskerakond […]Estonia: Survey: Support for Banning Fur Farming in Estonia is Greater Than Ever Before. — World Animals Voice