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1. How to Do Animal Rights - Zoos
2. Nature Conservation The vast majority of zoos have no desire or resources to be effective means for Conservation. It is only the few leading zoos or ones with Conservation-minded owners that pay tribute to nature
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2. How to Do Animal Rights - Bushmeat
will be in jeopardy. Some conservationists argue for an outright ban on commercial bushmeat. Other conservationists go for management of bushmeat as a sustainable resource for local people and hope the apparent advantages from commercialism will
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3. How to Do Animal Rights - Number Fallacy
millions. A few survive at wildlife refuges. Photo: Ted Lee Eubanks Jr/FERMATA Inc . Even the existence of vast numbers of animals is not an infallible guide for their sport killing and conservation culling. The bison ( Bison bison ) in
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4. How to Do Animal Rights - Anthropocentrism
stewardism appeals to nature conservationists. Since ancient times humanity has believed it occupies the physical centre of the universe. But science repeatedly cautions us that anthropocentric views glorifying man are false: The Earth is
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5. How to Do Animal Rights - Wolf Ethics
Department of Fish and Game. Wildlife Technical Bulletin 13. ›› To Entries & Home Copyright © Roger Panaman (Ben Isacat), 2008.All rights reserved.
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6. How to Do Animal Rights - Voluntary Worker Abroad
the world engaged in animal, wildlife and conservation projects need volunteers to work with them for at least a month to a year or more and you might find a niche working in animal rights. You travel about, live in a new-to-you environment, plunge
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7. How to Do Animal Rights - Campaigning
parts, trinkets. Zoos/Conservation : eg road-side zoos, national zoos, wildlife 'culls'. Or try picking out a sub-division of practical animal rights from the following examples. Some Practical Areas of Animal Rights
http://www.animalethics.org.uk/i-ch3-2-campaigning.html - 33.5kb

8. How to Do Animal Rights - Direct Action
the work of the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society and the Battle of Brightlingsea (as we see below). Another is the assailing of company reputations over the exploitation of animals and nature (more below). One company offensive culminated in the
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9. How to Do Animal Rights - Fur Morality
so there is no harm done to wildlife. Claim: Fur farms still deprive millions of animals of their freedom and lives. Furthermore, fur farms are factory farms and harm wildlife by polluting the environment. 18. Adaptation Claim: Fur
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10. How to Do Animal Rights - Blogger
animal rights books) Conservation & Zoos (eg about extinctions, wildlife management, wildlife ‘culls’) Entertainment (eg animal baiting, circuses, rodeos, zoos) Experimentation (eg advocating animal-free biomedical,
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