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Our response team has launched into action to save farm animals and pets in Mozambique and Malawi. Idai is one of the worst tropical cyclones on record and has caused catastrophic damage
March 20 2019
Turkish Cargo (a Turkish Airlines subsidiary) has agreed to work with us to find solutions to stop African grey parrots being smuggled on its planes. This is a great step towards ending this cruel trade
March 19 2019
The second edition of our Ghosts Beneath the Waves report shows which fishing companies are moving to protect marine animals – and why others must act now