AWI Quarterly

The AWI Quarterly is the magazine of the Animal Welfare Institute. This full-color periodical examines issues regarding animals everywhere—in the laboratory, on the farm, in commercial trade, at home, and in the wild. It is distributed to over 46,000 individuals and organizations, including public libraries, deans of medical and veterinary schools, laboratory technicians, scientists, farmers, teachers, law enforcement officers, shelters, animal protection organizations, members of Congress, and AWI members.

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Winter 2019

In this issue, we report on our investigation of enforcement of state farm animal welfare laws. We break down the NIH’s unconscionably decision to continue housing former research chimps at NIH research facilities rather than send them to a proper, federally approved sanctuary. We highlight personal steps you can take to protect birds and profile important animal welfare bills before Congress on which you can take action.
Winter 2019 Quarterly Magazine

Fall 2019

In this issue, you can read all about the positive outcomes for elephants, otters, and a host of other wild animals at this year’s CITES meeting in Geneva. We shine a harsh spotlight on the USDA’s secret move to drastically limit oversight of laboratories that experiment on animals. We debunk deceptive animal welfare claims on food packaging, and tell you which claims to believe and which ones deceive.
Fall 2019 Quarterly Magazine

Summer 2019

In this issue, we discuss the US Fish and Wildlife Service’s egregious proposal to remove endangered species protections for gray wolves across the United States. Meanwhile, grade school kids across the country are raising awareness about the need to protect endangered species. AWI announces grant opportunities to develop and test innovative methods to improve the welfare of animals in research through refinements in care, husbandry, and housing.
Summer 2019 Quarterly Magazine

Spring 2019

In this issue: AWI’s analysis of what’s at stake at the May meeting of nations in Sri Lanka to discuss CITES—the primary international treaty to protect wildlife subject to trade. Meet John Thompson, this year’s recipient of AWI’s Schweitzer Medal, and learn how he has helped transform law enforcement’s response to animal cruelty crimes. Get a first look at the new, expanded edition of The Case Against Marine Mammals in Captivity report.
Spring 2019 Quarterly Magazine

Winter 2018

In this issue: An AWI court victory induces the BLM to abandon a cruel and reckless surgical sterilization plan for wild horses in Oregon. A tip from AWI leads to prosecution over illegal shark fin sales in Texas. A first-of-its-kind report by AWI reveals the tremendous toll in animal lives each year from barn fires, and what can be done to prevent them. Dogs from shelters get a new lease on life as service dogs. Recent international meetings produce important outcomes for the world’s whales and other animals.
Winter 2018 Quarterly PDF

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