Monthly Archives: November 2012

Focus on Canada: How ‘Fur Trim is a Trap’, and Why Culling Grey Seals is a Bad Idea

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We discuss misconceptions about fur and fur trim with the Fur-Bearer Defenders, and we talk to IFAW's Sheryl Fink about the proposed kill of thousands of grey seals off Canada's east coast.

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Women – Nature – Animals: Making Connections

Women – Nature – Animals: Making Connections

Special programming drawing links between women's rights and animal rights. We discuss the legacy of Marti Kheel, prominent ecofeminist, and we delve into The Link between domestic violence and animal abuse.

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Ape Rescue Mission; & Laura Maloney, HSUS, on Animal Rescue in the Aftermath of Disaster

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A feature interview with Laura Maloney of the HSUS, on animal rescue in the aftermath of disaster, and how to protect your companion animals; plus an interview with undercover animal cruelty investigator "David", of the Ape Rescue Mission, for illegally poached apes in West Africa.

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Animals in the Time of War; & Daniel Imhoff, Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations

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A segment on Animals in the Time of War, plus a feature interview with author and researcher Daniel Imhoff on Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations (CAFOs).

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Leah Lemieux, Rekindling the Waters: The Truth About Swimming With Dolphins; & Nick Cooney, What Psychology Can Teach Us About Spreading Social Change

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Interviews with dolphin activist Leah Lemieux on the captive dolphin industry, and Nick Cooney on using psychology to spread social change.

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