Extremists Seek to Impose Their Views “Demonstrate against Saks Fifth Avenue’s Summer Fur Promotion.”
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Fur: Has a New Generation Shrugged Off the Old Stigma? New statistics from the International Fur Federation suggest a once-reviled industry is thriving.
Mark Oaten, CEO of the International Fur Trade Federation Sets the Record Straight. The fur industry is regularly accused of skinning animals alive
Should I wear that coat? Toss it away? Just sell it on eBay? Twenty years ago my answer would have been clear: I would have conducted a ritual burning of the mink while enveloped in a smug glow of political correctness. Read more….
Campaign Shows the Modern Face of Fur The International Fur Federation (IFF) has developed a global fashion campaign to communicate the modern face of fur and to break down stereotypes around what fur is and who wears it.
Fur Commission Commentary Created in the 1970s as an inexpensive convenience, the plastic bag is now an everyday item with costs that are adding up fast. The plastic bags we use today will be with us virtually forever. We use tens of billions of bags a month, or about half a million bags a minute! The…
Tactics Drive Even Animal Advocates & Employees Away For 20 years, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals has waged a brutal war in the name of kindness.
Gary Yourofsky Finally Lands a “Job” Gary Yourofsky, who made his questionable contribution to society as founder of Animals Deserve Adequate Protection Today and Tomorrow (ADAPPT), is now officially on the payroll of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PeTA) and is available at email@example.com.
FUR COMMISSION USA COMMENTARY, MAY 6, 1999 THE “FUR FREE 2000” campaign of the Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) has moved to stage two: legislation. As you recall, Christmas 1998 brought the world video clips of a German Shepherd being bled and skinned alive, supposedly somewhere in China. (1) As the dog howls,…
IUCN Again Calls on Members to Base Policies on Science Fur Institute of Canada, October 16, 2008 – Ottawa: World conservationists have sent a strong message to governments and policy makers, to put their sustainable use principles into practice.