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WSPA Opposes Sale of Products from Animal Clones
WSPA, the world’s largest federation of animal welfare organizations, urges the public to take action in the wake of the draft assessment by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) which moves the nation closer to the widespread sale of meat and dairy products from animal clones and their offspring.

Act now to stop animal cloning
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is poised to announce that animals can be cloned for food and sold without labels indicating the origin.

Speaking out against FDA proposal on food from clones
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recently released a draft proposal which moves the nation closer to the widespread sale of meat and dairy products from animal clones and their offspring.

FDA approves products from cloned animals
After recommending a voluntary moratorium in 2001, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced this week that it has deemed cloned animals “safe to eat after seven years of study.

New Animal Welfare Syllabus
The original Concepts in Animal Welfare syllabus was the result of a long-standing collaboration with the University of Bristol’s School of Veterinary Medicine, one of the first academic institutions to pioneer animal welfare teaching and research.

WSPA endorses campaign to protect animals in Arizona
Instead of the state’s wildlife agency, scientists and wildlife professionals who have training and expertise in wildlife management, Arizona’s politicians would be afforded the power to make decisions on wildlife policy based on partisan politics.

Action Alert: Take another step to stop Icelandic whaling
In 2010 alone, Icelandic whalers slaughtered 148 endangered fin whales and 60 minke whales and exported more than 750 tons of whale meat and products - despite global treaties and bans.

Japanese dolphin slaughter protests on September 25, 2007
This year on September 25th, WSPA and dolphin advocates around the world will stage an international day of protest against Japan's bloody drive fisheries.

Twenty years of bear care
The Utah Division of Wildlife Resources brought the tiny cubs to non-profit IBBR which is celebrating 20 years of successful rehabilitation and release of black bears.

WSPA and Animal Planet take on the illegal wildlife trade
The final programme in the series – airing on Animal Planet on Sunday 4th November at 10pm – focuses on the cruel practice of bear farming and the illegal trade of products containing bear bile, particularly those found in Traditional Asian Medicines, or TAM. WSPA continues working to highlight the suffering of bears on bear farms using innovative and ground-breaking tactics.

Costa Rica celebrates first Whale and Dolphin Festival
The Costa Rican Coalition for Whales celebrated the country’s first Whale and Dolphin Festival this month, introducing yet more people to the breathtaking joys of humane whale watching.

2007 Achievements: The first six months
In the first six months of 2007, WPSA has had a number of hugely significant successes for animal welfare. WSPA and member society Environment and Animal Protection Society of Taiwan (EAST) have achieved a major step forward in animal protection in Taiwan - thanks to a hard-hitting video campaign and supporter action.

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