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
Across the world, and throughout Asia, wild animals are being taken from the wild, or bred in captivity, to be used in the tourism entertainment industry. They will suffer at every stage of this cruel process and throughout their lives in captivity.
. Nick Stewart, Head of Wildlife in Entertainment at World Animal Protection says:
“TripAdvisor’s new animal welfare policy is a step forward, but it creates significant loopholes and falls well short of what it’s intended to do: protect wild animals.
Nick Stewart, Head of Wildlife in Entertainment at World Animal Protection says:
“TripAdvisor’s new animal welfare policy is a step forward, but it creates significant loopholes and falls well short of what it’s intended to do: protect wild animals".
World Animal Protection is dismayed to learn that the tiger spotted in Lalgarh in West Bengal has been killed, reportedly by local hunters who used spears, bows and arrows to kill the cornered creature on 13th April.
We helped rescue Nepal’s last dancing bears, Rangila and Sridevi, in December. But we’re devastated to learn they were taken to a poor welfare zoo, where Sridevi died. We’re urging the government to reveal why the bears were taken there and ensure it protects Rangila, the surviving bear
World Animal Protection welcomes the recent announcement by the Government of India to invest in upgrading the fishery and aquaculture infrastructure. Many people in India depend on the sustainable management of our oceans, both for their livelihood as well as food security.
Despite some company improvements, farm animals are still suffering at the hands of global food brands. We urge all retailers to be inspired by new farm animal welfare report, and do better for animals