NORTH AMERICA - Today, iconic brands Burger King and Tim Hortons announce a landmark commitment to improve the lives of chickens farmed for their restaurants in the United States and Canada by 2024 after working with World Animal Protection.
Following the death of a sperm whale that had been trapped in fishing nets off the coast of China, World Animal Protection has issued a call for industry and governments to take more proactive action to address the issue of abandoned, lost or discarded fishing gear.
The business behind the Tiger Temple tourist venue in Thailand, shut down after police made horrifying finds including the bodies of cubs, and tiger skins and teeth, is trying to open a new attraction. We must stop this!
Our global Business Benchmark on Farm Animal Welfare (BBFAW) shows some companies prioritising the well being of animals in their supply chains, while several major fast food chains have yet to acknowledge farm animal welfare as a business issue.