Much of our concerns about climate change focus on the impacts it will have on humanity and the land-based habitats of non-human animals. In doing so, the largest area of the world’s surface, the ocean, is at risk of being forgotten. Alanna Mitchell sets out the case for why the consideration of oceans and ocean life must be integral to any deal on climate change
Steve Roest, Twickenham GP candidate and UK Director of Sea Shepherd Conservation Society, the Jolly Roger flying eco-warriors, recently returned from ‘Operation Musashi’ against the Japanese whaling fleet in Antarctica. Mark Sanders-Barwick, also a Sea Shepherd volunteer, talks to Steve about Sea Shepherd and his reasoning behind joining the Antarctica campaign.
From lasers to Lycra and laptops, the world is largely unrecognisable compared to the 1960s, yet our drug safety regulations have not moved with the times. Current regulations require all new medicines to be safety tested on animals before they are tried on humans. New technologies are making such tests redundant, but when will the law catch up with the science? Margaret Clotworthy addresses a new campaign that aims to shift the legal requirements.
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