Posts Tagged "humane education"

Humane Education

A large majority of people I spoke to in South Africa said that “Africans are weary of animals”. As I traveled throughout the townships and towns I constantly saw this generalization challenged. Although lots of poor conditions exist for these animals, many are still in considerably good health. What’s more ...

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The Fight for Moon Bear Justice: Changing the Paradigm of Bear Bile Farming

They are called “moon bears” because of the moon shape on their chest Photograph by Ethan Crawford On Saturday, July 27, 2013, we visited the Moon Bear Rescue Center, founded by Jill Robinson, an adamant supporter against bear bile farming all over the world, especially in China. Bear bile is used throughout China in ...

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First Nature Reserve Experience and Summer Camp: Laojunshan

Teaching the kids animal names in English Photo by Irina Rasner Our first experience working with children in an area that has a nature reserve has caused a roller coaster of emotions to erupt. When we first arrived in Laojunshan, we were greeted with open arms and warm smiles by some ...

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