Animals cannot help themselves – they must depend on people who care to fight for them. HSI represents more than 10 million people around the world who care.
The conservation of animals and plants is at the heart of what HSI does. Whether it is securing legal protection for their habitats, defending them in court or arguing their case at United Nations treaty meetings, Humane Society International is at the forefront of many conservation campaigns to save the species with which we share this planet.
Humane Society International has as its mission to create a humane world for animals and humans. In a humane world there is no place for the fur trade, commercial and recreational hunting, and battery farming. We are working on many fronts to create this
The Humane Choice label denotes the animal has had the best life and death offered and is treated with respect and care over the entire course of its life.
Established in Australia in 2007, the Wildlife Land Trust has grown to near 250 sanctuaries covering some 40,000 hectares. Globally more than 2 million acres of habitat are protected across Canada, South Africa, USA, Belize, Romania, Jamaica, India and Indonesia.
Humane Society International has been at the forefront of the campaign to protect biodiversity from dangerous climate change for nearly fifteen years.
Humane Society International provides support and assistance to much needed projects around the world that work to protect wildlife and their habitats from illegal trade, habitat destruction and abuse, provide veterinary support for wild, companion and fa
We use a range of state, national and international laws to help challenge Ministerial or Government decisions to secure greater protection for wildlife and habitats and for improving on animal welfare.
HSI lobbies for greater protection for valuable habitats for biodiversity conservation throughout the Asia Pacific region, particularly around Australia. Core efforts include Threatened Ecological Communities (TEC) and National Heritage nominations
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