There are various ways animal advocates can help fishes: In this blogpost we use the scale, tractability, and neglectedness framework to prioritize between farmed and wild-caught fishes. While interventions to decrease animal consumption or increase the availability of animal-free products can help both farmed and wild-caught fishes, prioritizing between the two can help determine how to improve fish welfare most effectively.
In our Roundtable blog series, we ask a handful of contributors to provide their points of view on complex topics or unsettled questions. We hope that this approach will help us to integrate and learn from multiple perspectives on animal advocacy.In our Roundtable blog series, we ask a handful of contributors to provide their points of view on complex topics or unsettled questions. We hope that this approach will help us to integrate and learn from multiple perspectives on animal advocacy. … Read more
Here, we share the top-level objectives that will guide ACE’s work throughout the fiscal year spanning from January 1, 2022 to March 31, 2023. These objectives support our broader goals and vision over the next three years, as outlined in our 2022–2024 strategic plan.
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This blog post explores our thinking on the importance of organizational culture. Internal culture plays a pivotal role in ensuring that your organization’s staff, board, and volunteers can efficiently and effectively advance their mission. We beleive only by recognizing problems with internal culture and committing to fixing them can we efficiently and effectively accomplish our mission. … Read more
In our Menu of Outcomes blog series, we explore different interventions for achieving animal advocacy outcomes and highlight real-world examples from charities across the movement. Here, we look at interventions that encourage and support individuals to decrease their consumption of animal products.
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Updates from ACE Movement Grants 2021 grantees on their activities and accomplishments since June 2021. … Read more