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Saving Species, One Individual At A Time: Zoo Veterinarians Between Welfare And Conservation, Irus Braverman Apr 2018

Saving Species, One Individual At A Time: Zoo Veterinarians Between Welfare And Conservation, Irus Braverman

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The role of zoo veterinarians has changed significantly in the last several decades, reflecting and revealing broader transformations in zoo culture, especially among North American accredited zoos. This article draws on several interviews with prominent zoo vets, as well as on regulations that pertain to their work, to highlight their current position at the nexus of animal health and welfare, on the one hand, and of species conservation, on the other hand. The transformation of zoos into conservation institutions in particular has resulted in the vets’ novel focus on the sustainability of populations and their intensified involvement in in situ ...


Animal Rights Unraveled: Why Abolitionism Collapses Into Welfarism And What It Means For Animal Ethics, Luis E. Chiesa Jan 2017

Animal Rights Unraveled: Why Abolitionism Collapses Into Welfarism And What It Means For Animal Ethics, Luis E. Chiesa

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Most people support laws that seek to reduce the suffering of animals. Yet animal cruelty statutes and other kinds of animal welfare laws are under sustained attack by the so-called abolitionists. Animal rights abolitionists claim that it is categorically wrong to treat animals as commodities, and animal welfare laws should be opposed because they do not alter the property status of animals. Abolitionists also claim that animal welfare regulations do not meaningfully reduce animal suffering. In fact, abolitionists argue that such statutes likely increase future animal suffering, either by delaying the advent of abolition or by soothing the conscience of ...


Animal Salvage: Cost-Effective Methods For The Preservation Of Marine Life, Jason Parent Oct 2006

Animal Salvage: Cost-Effective Methods For The Preservation Of Marine Life, Jason Parent

Buffalo Environmental Law Journal

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Giving A Voice To Those Who Can't Speak For Themselves: Toward Greater Regulation Of Animal Experimentation, Lauren Magnotti Apr 2006

Giving A Voice To Those Who Can't Speak For Themselves: Toward Greater Regulation Of Animal Experimentation, Lauren Magnotti

Buffalo Environmental Law Journal

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The Law Of Peoples Or A Law For People: Consumers, Boycotts, And Non-Human Animals, Gary Chartier Apr 2005

The Law Of Peoples Or A Law For People: Consumers, Boycotts, And Non-Human Animals, Gary Chartier

Buffalo Environmental Law Journal

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With Best Friends Like Us Who Needs Enemies? The Phenomenon Of The Puppy Mill, The Failure Of Legal Regimes To Manage It, And The Positive Prospects Of Animal Rights, Adam J. Fumarola Apr 1999

With Best Friends Like Us Who Needs Enemies? The Phenomenon Of The Puppy Mill, The Failure Of Legal Regimes To Manage It, And The Positive Prospects Of Animal Rights, Adam J. Fumarola

Buffalo Environmental Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Animal Liberation And The Law: Animals Board The Underground Railroad, Laura G. Kniaz Dec 1995

Animal Liberation And The Law: Animals Board The Underground Railroad, Laura G. Kniaz

Buffalo Law Review

No abstract provided.


Scratching The Belly Of The Beast, Betty Mensch, Alan Freeman Sep 1989

Scratching The Belly Of The Beast, Betty Mensch, Alan Freeman

Journal Articles

No abstract provided.