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This section is concerned with efforts to end the use of trained Apes in the entertainment industry; including films, adverts… Read more...
This section is concerned with efforts to end the use of Apes in biomedical research. If you agree that Apes… Read more...
This section is concerned with the hunting and killing of apes for food - "bushmeat". The bushmeat killing of great… Read more...
Saving the apes can help the fight against climate change. Carbon trading has suddenly become a multi-BILLION dollar business. Not… Read more...
The Orangutan Working Group is concerned with the protection of orangutans - Pongo pygmaeus. Orangutans are threatened by the destruction… Read more...
Orangutan habitat is rapidly disappearing because of the spread of plantations devoted to producing palm oil - a cheap ingredient… Read more...
'Primate tourism', in which people travel and see wild primates in their natural environment, is a burgeoning industry, and one… Read more...
The Problem Primate Working Group, in collaboration with People and Wildlife, creating conservation solutions for living together. Human and non-human… Read more...
Every year, hundreds of apes are left orphaned by the bushmeat trade. Nursing mothers are killed either because they are… Read more...
New Europe-wide legislation which comes into effect tomorrow (13th December) means that palm oil will no longer be a hidden… Read more...

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