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The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s latest report on March 31 highlights the increasing threat from rising global meat and dairy consumption to limiting global warming, especially as the world population continues to grow. By 2050, estimates indicate, beef and lamb will account for half of all agricultural greenhouse gas emissions. Cheese and other dairy products will account for about one quarter of total agricultural climate pollution.
Sun Feb 16 2014 (Updated 02/17/14)World Love for Dolphins Day in San Francisco
Sun Feb 16 2014 (Updated 02/17/14)Dolphin Slaughter Protested at Japanese Consulates Across the U.S.
On February 14, protesters gathered outside the Japanese Consulate in San Francisco to protest the brutal slaughter of dolphins. Approximately 30 people held signs and handed out literature to people in the financial district to raise awareness of the Japanese practice of slaughtering dolphins. Activists from Sea Shepherd and In Defense of Animals organized World Love for Dolphins Day demonstrations on Valentine's Day at Japanese consulates in major cities across the United States.
Thu Feb 6 2014 (Updated 02/07/14)Settlement of False Advertising Lawsuit Against Petaluma Egg Producer
Thu Feb 6 2014 (Updated 02/07/14)Lawsuit Alleged Packaging of Judy's Eggs Misled Consumers to Believe Hens Outdoors
The Animal Legal Defense Fund announced the settlement of a false-advertising lawsuit against defendant Steven Mahrt, doing business as Petaluma Farms and owner of Judy’s Family Farm Organic Eggs (“Judy’s Eggs”). The lawsuit alleges that imagery and statements used on Judy’s Eggs packaging led consumers to mistakenly believe the eggs came from hens with significant outdoor access. The lawsuit also alleges that consumers bought Judy’s Eggs because of these representations.
Mon Feb 3 2014 (Updated 02/19/14)In Loving Memory of David Hayden
Mon Feb 3 2014 (Updated 02/19/14)Gentle Warrior: Animal and Human Rights Activist, Grand Jury Resister David Hayden Passes
David Hayden, a frontline activist and advocate for animal and human rights, passed away on January 31. He was the primary driving force at No Compromise magazine and an S.F. Grand Jury resister. David lived in Santa Cruz and worked at UCSC. A memorial in the Talon Conspiracy describes David's passing as, "a reminder that the best fighters are also the best people: kindhearted, soft spoken, humble, and ready to raise hell when injustice rears its ugly head."
Thu Jan 30 2014 (Updated 02/15/14)Lawsuit Against Santa Cruz Animal Testing Facility Gains Support
Thu Jan 30 2014 (Updated 02/15/14)Court of Appeal Denies Biotechnology Firm's Request to Keep Vested Interests Secret
In January 2013, Animal Legal Defense Fund filed a lawsuit on behalf of the organization Stop Animal Exploitation Now, using the California state anti-cruelty code against an animal testing facility known as Santa Cruz Biotechnology. The company “harvests” blood from tens of thousands of animals, including goats and rabbits, and the case is currently on appeal. Last week, the Court denied a motion filed by Santa Cruz Biotech to keep secret the names of those who have a financial interest in the outcome of the animal cruelty lawsuit.
Mon Jan 27 2014 (Updated 02/06/14)Animal Rights Activists Demonstrate at Santa Cruz Chipotle Restaurant
Mon Jan 27 2014 (Updated 02/06/14)Group Says Chipotle's Marketing Disguises Violent Reality of Animal Agriculture
Animal rights activists demonstrated at the Chipotle Restaurant in Santa Cruz on January 24 as part of an international series of actions organized by Direct Action Everywhere. A letter was delivered to the manager reminding the company of the abuses animals farmed for food experience. It was a public delivery for patrons to witness, conveying the message, "It's not food. It's violence."
Thu Oct 10 2013 (Updated 10/15/13)Animal Liberation Front Claims Increasing Number of Fur Farm Raids
Thu Oct 10 2013 (Updated 10/15/13)Over 10,000 Animals Released in Total Since July in Massive ALF Fur Farm Campaign
On October 5, the eighth U.S. fur farm raid since July saw 2,000 mink freed from a farm in New Holstein, Wisconsin. Across the U.S., over 10,000 animals have been released since July — a level of activity not seen since the late 1990s. The latest raid also marks the 100th (known) release of animals from a fur farm since the Animal Liberation Front officially began it's fur farm campaign in 1995. The ALF appears to be targeting newly discovered farms, with six of the eight farms visited this summer having been made public in the last two years.