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Images from Buddhist Festival Highlight the Plight of Domesticated Elephants in Sri Lanka
Animal rights advocates urge Sri Lanka to do more for elephant welfare
Uploaded 16 Aug 2019
Western Buddhist Monks Find Spiritual Joy in the Sri Lankan Wilds
Living by example in harmony with nature
Uploaded 12 May 2017
Research Points to Environmental Benefits as Americans Eat Less Beef
Study shows marked impact on carbon emissions from reduced beef consumption
Uploaded 10 Apr 2017
New Tiger Zoo to Open Beside Thailand’s Infamous “Tiger Temple”
Investigation into temple has stalled since police raid last year
Uploaded 28 Feb 2017
South Korea Seeks UNESCO World Heritage Status for Seven Mountain Temples
UNESCO to review application in 2018
Uploaded 8 Feb 2017
Animal Lovers Knitting Winter Jumbo Jackets for Abused Elephants in Mathura, India
Protecting hurt and abused gentle giants from the freezing cold
Uploaded 27 Jan 2017
Korean Monk Dies of Injuries After Self-immolation Protest
Buddhist monk objected to Korean deal with Japan over wartime sex slaves
Uploaded 12 Jan 2017
Sri Lanka Clamps Down on Illegal Ownership of Wild Elephants
Elephants a symbol of prestige among Sri Lanka’s wealthy
Uploaded 10 Nov 2016
CITES Summit Boosts Wildlife Protection Measures
Conference sees improved measures on many conservation fronts
Uploaded 10 Oct 2016
Asian Buddhist Animal Rights Conference Held in Seoul, South Korea
Conference aims to spread awareness of suffering in mass meat industry
Uploaded 7 Oct 2016
Lab-grown Meat, a Humane Alternative to Factory Farming?
Science seeks a sustainable source of cruelty-free meat
Uploaded 29 Aug 2016
Bhutan Carries Out Nationwide Neutering Program to Tame Stray Dog Population
Humane initiative has so far encompassed 71,000 dogs
Uploaded 17 Jun 2016
Recognizing the Rights of Animals as Sentient Beings
New Zealand, France, Quebec acknowledge sentience of all animals
Uploaded 14 Apr 2016
Thailand’s “Tiger Temple” Refuses to Surrender Tigers
Temple continues to resist efforts to remove 100 of its more than 150 tigers
Uploaded 29 Jan 2016
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