Dr. Peter J. Li., associate professor at University of Houston-Downtown
May 26 2020
Not trying to deny the existence of intentional misrepresentation by some journalists,
I believe there is a considerable confusion on the part of Western media regarding wet markets in China. Additionally, the perceived pervasiveness of wildlife consumption in China seems to be widely accepted
in the West.
Pandemics, global health and the power of consumer choices
Cynthia Schuck, evolutionary biologist, data analyst, epidemiologist, science editor and animal welfare researcher.
May 30 2020
While large investments are currently being poured into the development of vaccines and treatments to control the damage of the current coronavirus outbreak, these (most needed and welcomed) developments are unlikely to shield us from a future epidemic. We cannot afford not having the same sense of urgency to accelerate the development of modern methods of food production, which include the development of substitutes of animal protein.
Guillermo Moreno: co-founder and executive director of Equalia. Graduate in Psychology, he accumulates more than 14 years of experience in the Farm Animal Welfare environment.
August 04 2020
The Business Benchmark on Farm Animal Welfare (BBFAW) is the main benchmark for animal welfare policies in food companies. Spanish companies continue to have little presence in it.