BEASTLY by Keggie Carew tracks the 40,000-year story of our paradoxical relationship with the animal world. From a flute carved from the radius of a griffon vulture’s wing to tardigrades in space to now. From our intimate connections to our distant disturbances.
Article in the Guardian about this book
Etta Lemon: The Woman Who Saved the Birds by Tessa Boase (2018)
A heroine for our times, campaigned for fifty years against the worldwide slaughter of birds for extravagantly feathered hats. Her legacy is the , grown from an all-female pressure group of 1889 with the splendidly simple pledge: Wear No Feathers.
A Message from Martha by Mark Avery
September 1st, 2014 sees the centenary of one of the best-documented extinctions in history—the demise of the Passenger Pigeon. From being the commonest bird on the planet 50 years earlier, the species became extinct when Martha, the last of her kind, died at the Cincinnati Zoo. ...
Ignoring Nature no More edited by Marc Beckoff
For far too long humans have been ignoring nature. As the most dominant, overproducing, overconsuming, big-brained, big-footed, arrogant, and invasive species ever known, we are wrecking the planet at an unprecedented rate. And while science is important to our understanding of the impact we have on our environment, it alone does not hold the answers to the current crisis, nor does it get people to act. In Ignoring Nature No More, Marc Bekoff and a host of renowned contributors argue that we need a new mind-set about nature, one that centers on empathy, compassion, and being proactive.
Ethical and Political Approaches to Nonhuman Animal Issues, edited by Andrew Woodhall and Gabriel
You can download the chapter, “Are We Smart Enough to Know When to Take the Political Turn for Animals?”, on Kim Stallwoods site here
An acclaimed surgeon specializing in weight loss delivers a paradigm-shifting examination of the diet and health industry’s focus on protein, explaining why it is detrimental to our health, and can prevent us from losing weight.
Tussen glimlach en grimas door Mariska Kret (2022)
Mensen zijn in staat elkaars emoties van het gezicht te lezen, maar hoe doen andere dieren dat? Mariska Kret laat zien welke verschillen én overeenkomsten er zijn tussen mens en dier.