Animal Welfare Ethics


Animal welfare and conservation represent two of the greatest ethical developments of the 20th century.  Frustratingly, some of conservation’s most basic activities – restoration and the management of exotic and overabundant species – conflict with animal welfare because these activities often entail killing individual animals. The most vocal proponents of each concern seem intent on annihilating the other concern.  There is an alternative approach that transcends and simultaneously respects both concerns. 

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Oikos

Stewarding the ethical dimension of conservation, natural resource management, & sustainability

*Materials created with members of the Conservation Ethics Group.

TOPICS IN CONSERVATION ETHICS:

SustainabilitySustainability.html
HuntingHunting.html
WildernessWilderness.html
Animal Welfare
Endangered SpeciesEndangered_Species.html
AdvocacyAdvocacy.html
Animal_Welfare_files/60%20Warblers_Oikos_1.pdf
MissionMission.html
VideosVideos.html
ServicesServices.html
About UsAbout_Us.html
WHAT IS 
CONSERVATION ETHICS?What_is_ethics.html
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