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by Chong Un Choe-Smith
The author explores some of the ethics failures in animal research, such as the absence of justice, and the "common assumption" of justification.
by Dr. Hope Ferdowsian
In this commentary, PZI’s President, Dr. Hope Ferdowsian, illustrates the need for a socially and ecologically just One Health approach to addressing and preventing global challenges and the importance of ensuring a right to health for both people and animals.
by Catherine C. Ivanovich, Tianyi Sun, Doria R. Gordon, and Ilissa B. Ocko
The study's authors look at the global warming impacts of various foods and discover that methane-producing foods such as meat from ruminants, dairy, and rice have the highest climate change impacts.
by the PZI Team
PZI’s Just One Health impact assessment tool is designed to help policy makers and others determine the impact of policies, projects, and industries on people, animals, and the planet.
by Cleo Verkuijl, Jeff Sebo, et al.
The authors discuss the importance of mainstreaming animal interests into sustainable development policies and practices.
by Dr. L. Syd M Johnson
This article discusses the ethics of and repercussions for humans and other animals of xenotransplantation.