A thousand years from now, when aliens finally discover the husk of our planet, these are the things they will know about us from our garbage. The wedding dress The most important artifact in a […]
If you’ve ever waged a one-person war on disposable cups, you know how frustrating and lonely it can be. Around twenty years ago, when I was trying for zero waste, I bought a rather expensive […]
Cats were bred to be our companions. A cat who lives all his life without attaching to a human is not fulfilling his biological destiny.
Nonprofit organizations often do not know how to properly market their events and programs. Animal Rights Channel publisher Lynn Hamilton has developed a form to help nonprofits articulate their intentions in advance of soliciting media […]
The whole point of the Migratory Bird Treaty Act was to make businesses think before clear cutting or being careless with their emissions.
Delta Airlines recently ruled that they will not allow pitbulls on their flights, even as registered and trained service animals. AnimalRightsChannel.com is certainly not the first, nor will it be the last, to point […]
California has already passed a law that prohibits pet stores from selling animals born and raised in mills. And other states are following suit. Many cities have also enacted laws that protect animals from the […]
When I walk the streets of east Louisville, Kentucky, I see a town that loves its dogs. Dogs and their humans are everywhere: in the Morton Avenue Dog Park, in the dog friendly wine shops, […]
I’m sixty. But I have a baby. A twelve-week-old Siberian husky named Finn. He’s the last baby I’ll ever have. “When we’re seventy, we’re going to adopt old dogs,” I told my husband. “The ones […]
It may never be a better time to get solar panels for your home or business. Net metering has not gone away, and prescient solar installers still have reserves of low-cost Chinese solar panels. As […]