Minks for fur - Victories! Paid Members Public
Covid put an end to the most significant mink fur industry in the world, the Danish one. 2022 seems to be a decisive year.
Plantilla de oposición al borrador de la Estrategia Nacional de Gestión Cinegética Paid Members Public
Si quieres ayudar a los perros de caza de España, ahora puedes hacerlo.
Teflon, get rid of it today. Paid Members Public
This is a story about the invisible poison we put in our dishes every time we cook with Teflon and how much effort is being put into hiding it.
Highlights of 2021 Paid Members Public
These holidays are times to reflect on what we have achieved throughout the year. Today I will also give you my thoughts about how we can continue towards making this blog sustainable. Merry Christmas, and thank you for being a reader of my humble contributions.
Spain presents the draft of the new animal welfare law. Can this bill really happen? Paid Members Public
It was about time that Spain dared to review the law that contemplates and regulates animals. Accordingly, the Ministry of Social Affairs presented a draft of such a law, subject to modifications, that is progressive and, in my opinion, very encouraging.
The internet of nature. How fungi connect the forest. Paid Members Public
Sometimes invisible helpers, the ones that are seldom mentioned, make things work for everyone. That is how I felt when I learned more about what the realm of Fungi does for all living things. But times are changing, and the fungi are taking their rightful place among the savers of our planet.
Antibiotic resistance, meat and existential risks. The end of modern medicine. Paid Members Public
Imagine that our antibiotics stopped working, or that your life could be threatened, as it was in the middle ages, by a simple infection. This is not science fiction; it can happen if we continue using and abusing antibiotics the way we do today.
Why are autoimmune diseases on the rise? Can we do anything about it? Paid Members Public
For the past 200 million years, mammals have lived and cooperated with bacteria, fungi, and viruses. Without them, life would not be possible. Unfortunately, our lifestyle is killing our microbiome, and that is linked with a variety of diseases.