SLIDESHOW: Hundreds of Typhoon-stricken residents in the Philippines get care for their animals

Fre, 22/11/2013
SLIDESHOW: Hundreds of Typhoon-stricken residents in the Philippines get care fo

SLIDESHOW: Hundreds of Typhoon-stricken residents in the Philippines get care for their animals

Fre, 22/11/2013
SLIDESHOW: Hundreds of Typhoon-stricken residents in the Philippines get care fo

SLIDESHOW: Hundreds of Typhoon-stricken residents in the Philippines get care for their animals

Fre, 22/11/2013
SLIDESHOW: Hundreds of Typhoon-stricken residents in the Philippines get care fo

SLIDESHOW: Hundreds of Typhoon-stricken residents in the Philippines get care for their animals

Fre, 22/11/2013
SLIDESHOW: Hundreds of Typhoon-stricken residents in the Philippines get care fo

SLIDESHOW: Hundreds of Typhoon-stricken residents in the Philippines get care for their animals

Fre, 22/11/2013
SLIDESHOW: Hundreds of Typhoon-stricken residents in the Philippines get care fo

SLIDESHOW: Hundreds of Typhoon-stricken residents in the Philippines get care for their animals

Fre, 22/11/2013
SLIDESHOW: Hundreds of Typhoon-stricken residents in the Philippines get care fo

I Found a Way to help injured wildlife

Son, 01/12/2013
I Found a Way to help injured wildlife

Caring for wildlife is often a 24 hour job, particularly when caring for orphaned animals who need feeding every four hours during the nightIn my first weeks in the exciting new role of Native Wildlife Campaigner for IFAW in Australia, I had the pleasure of meeting Shirley Lack from the NSW Wildlife Council.

World Trade Organisation seal ban ruling breaks positive ground for animal welfare

Mon, 25/11/2013
World Trade Organisation seal ban ruling breaks positive ground for animal welfa

The IFAW EU team at the European Parliament in Strasbourg, France on the day of the historic vote approving the EU seal regulation.Today, we are celebrating the World Trade Organisation (WTO) panel finding that the EU seal trade regulation, which prevents commercially hunted seal products from being sold in the EU, is WTO compliant.

The right rule for right whales

Fre, 22/11/2013
Ship strikes are the number one cause of deaths for the North Atlantic Right Wha

Ship strikes are the number one cause of deaths for the North Atlantic right whale. As they migrate up and down the East Coast of the United States each year, endangered North Atlantic right whales occasionally swim into harm’s way as large ships moving in and out of major shipping ports crisscross critical right whale habitat.