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Party for the Animals makes a political statement with distinct outfit

A return to business as usual after the Covid-19 pandemic is unacceptable. That is the message conveyed by the Dutch Party for the Animals. Not only orally, during debates and contributions in parliament, but also literally: with the clothes that representatives of the party wear when the television cameras are aimed at them. Like last week during the most important political moment of the year in...

Action needed to tackle collapse of nature and wildlife

Worldwide nature is being exploited and destroyed by humans on a scale never previously recorded. Thus states The Living Planet Report, a recently published assessment of global biodiversity. Animal populations have plunged by more than two-thirds on average since 1970, as humanity is pushing the planet’s life support systems to the edge by overconsumption, population growth and intensive agricult...

Esther's Blog: Protecting human and animal health as much as possible

A lot has happened this summer. First of all, on behalf of our Party for the Animals, I would like to express my condolences to all the victims of the terrible explosion in Beirut. Many human and animal lives have been destroyed in a country that was already struggling. In recent years, we have gotten to know many people from Lebanon who dedicate themselves with heart and soul to a society in whic...