On World Oceans Day (8th June), UK supermarkets Waitrose and Marks & Spencer have pledged to fight Ghost Gear – nets, lines and ropes that have been lost or discarded. Ghost Gear causes horrific injuries and deaths to hundreds of thousands of beautiful marine animals each year.
Happy Elephant Care Valley in Chiang Mai is shifting away from cruelty and becoming an elephant-friendly attraction. Together with some of the world’s most influential travel companies, we’re working to push the landmark transition forward
World Animal Protection campaigners spoke at an exciting event on Wednesday 18 April, part of the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting programme, that helped children understand the damaging impact of marine litter on the environment.
The world’s largest travel site has taken a step forward by ending sales of tickets to some animal shows. However, its updated policy, launched on 25 April, creates a loophole by only excluding performances which are deemed demeaning or unnatural. We’re urging TripAdvisor to take a stronger stance
Leading supermarket Morrisons has acted to prevent beautiful animals from being maimed and slaughtered by Ghost Gear - nets, lines and ropes that have been lost or discarded by fishing boats. Thousands of you signed our petition calling on supermarkets to act.
World Animal Protection campaigners were invited by the UK government to attend their event to show the ongoing work being done to protect our oceans in the lead up to the UK taking over as Chair-in-Office of the Commonwealth for the next two years.