Dr. Gilbert Proulx discusses his new book, Intolerable Cruelty: The Truth Behind Killing Neck Snares and Strychnine in this episode of the Defender Radio podcast.
Changes at the OSPCA, concerns about an NGO being in law enforcement, and the importance of filing reports, complaints, and creating paper trails are discussed with Animal Justice Executive Director Camille Labchuk.
How do plants and animals adapt to changes in weather and elevation caused by climate change? Dr. Ben Freeman explains what his study found on this episode of the Defender Radio podcast.
Anger, grief, and trauma are common for advocates. That’s why it’s important to speak to someone about managing emotions and mental health – someone like Liz Sinclair Kruth, who goes in-depth on what advocates need to know about self-care and asking for help.
Wuxly Movement is the animal-free, made-in-Canada outerwear brand that animal lovers across Canada are raving about. Hear about their brand update, the trade up program, and more in this news brief with co-founder James Yurichuk.
Hunting isn't conservation, regulating hunting is – and a paper by Dr. Adrian Treves outlines the importance of distinguishing that. Hear more in this five-minute News Brief of Defender Radio!
Hear from PhD candidate Robert James Lennox how an in-depth literature review of predator removal studies shows a string of costly failures, while co-existence promises long-term solutions in this news brief!
It’s host Michael Howie’s birthday and he’s bringing you inside the world of Alba Salix and the End of Time and Other Bothers: an improvised fantasy role-playing podcast that happens to be animal friendly (and Mike plays in)!
The Humane Education Coalition aims to provide resources, programs, research and more to help humane educators. Hear more from the Coalition’s Megan Moon in this in-depth interview!
Megan Moon and her colleagues at the Humane Education Coalition want to provide resources, programs, and research to help humane educators – hear more in this 5-minute news brief!
Canada’s big cats can cause a lot of fear – but how much of that is based in fact? Hear it in five with Bryce Casavant on this news brief!
Dr. Anna Zakrisson On (breaking out of our echo chambers, the use of magic science wands, serving science by stealth) Her Imaginarium (529)
Scihard with Dr. Anna Zakrisson and learn what science literacy is, how to separate the good from the bad, and a whole lot more on this episode of Defender Radio!
NEWS BRIEF – 529: Dr. Anna Zakrisson On (breaking out of our echo chambers, the use of magic science wands, serving science by stealth) Her Imaginarium
Science literacy is more important than ever and Dr. Anna's Imaginarium is helping people communicate!
Bounties on wolves and coyotes don’t work, and new research from Dr. Gilbert Proulx and Sadie Parr supports putting an end to them.
A new study shows that livestock isn’t a food source for coyotes and wolves in Alberta and calls for an end to bounties. Get the facts in five with this news brief!