Can you succinctly state them?
People are frequently interested in things that will make their lives better, so it's unsurprising that one of the constant arguments for looking after animals, studying them, and the permissions granted under law to conduct research on them, is because there are benefits for people in learning from them.
"New Zealand has a long history of animal cruelty and neglect". That's the title of the article produced by a New Zealand lawyer with a long-standing interest in New Zealand's standards governing the treatment of it's animals. It's quite a statement about a country that holds itself out as a world leader for animal welfare.
A recent investigation has looked at the 'hypocrisy gap' between ethical sentiment and behaviour in food consumption.
The human-animal relationship ("HAI"), or"bond" has been defined as "a mutually beneficial and dynamic...more >>