ACE believes that in order to be successful, the animal advocacy movement must employ multiple strategies at once. This will allow us to innovate, will increase our probability of finding at least one successful strategy, will help our programs grow, and will help us build upon each others’ … Read more
We recently had the pleasure of speaking with Mike Selden, co-founder and CEO of Finless Foods. Mike has a background in biochemistry and molecular biology from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, and has worked on the evolutionary biomechanics of mantis shrimp and the epigenetics of fusarium oxysporum, … Read more
Animal charities employ a wide range of interventions in order to help animals. Despite the many unknowns and the comparative lack of research in this emerging field, ACE seeks to make informed judgments about the effectiveness of these interventions to the best of our ability. … Read more
In November, ACE co-hosted the 2016 Symposium on Multidisciplinary Research in Effective Animal Advocacy at Princeton University. Organized in collaboration with the Princeton University Center for Human Values and the Princeton Animal Welfare Society, the event brought together academics and advocates to discuss current and future potentially high-impact research on topics of import to effective animal advocacy. … Read more
The program for November’s Symposium on Multidisciplinary Research in Effective Animal Advocacy is now finalized!
This event, featuring a keynote address by Peter Singer, will unite academic research with animal advocacy in an exciting and unprecedented way. The lineup of accomplished speakers includes Christie Lagally from the Good Food Institute, … Read more