23 March 2023

One Life: Bears

It’s World Bear Day! Let’s find out more about this incredible but vulnerable species and how we can help to protect them.


20 January 2023

Our complex relationship with rabbits

In the Chinese Year of the Rabbit, Animal Welfare Director Dave Neale considers how we could radically change the lives of rabbits if humans stopped putting them into different categories.


10 December 2022

Should animals have the same basic rights as humans?

On International Animal Rights Day, Dave Neale asks, is it possible for society to grant animals similar basic rights to those that are applicable to humans?


05 December 2022

Do animals grieve?

National Grief Awareness Week raises awareness of one of the most personal and complicated emotions known to humans. But did you know that many animals also experience grief? In this fascinating article, Dave Neale discovers we are more like our animal cousins than we might have thought…


04 December 2022

One Life: World Wildlife Conservation Day 2022 | Shark Conservation

On World Wildlife Conservation Day, Animal Welfare Director Dave Neale discusses what this week’s CITES pledge to protect sharks means for this historic yet vulnerable species.


01 November 2022

From plate to pandemic: how we can prevent another global health crisis

On World Vegan Day, Animals Asia’s Animal Welfare Director Dave Neale talks about how a move towards a plant-based food system could not only prevent the inhumane treatment of billions of animals, it could help prevent another global pandemic.


27 July 2022

#BatAppreciationDay: Not a harbinger of doom but a canary in the coal mine [translations pending]

We all know the horror movie trope where bats are an omen of evil – but in reality, it is their potential absence which should fill us with fear.


03 March 2022

One Life: World Wildlife Day - recovering key species for ecosystem restoration

The International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) lists over 8,400 species of wild fauna and flora as critically endangered, while close to 30,000 more are understood to be endangered or vulnerable.