The Animal Manifesto: Six Reasons for Expanding Our Compassion Footprint - Marc Bekoff (2010)
Many of the sources for which I’ve included websites can be found in the archives of my and Jane Goodall’s organization, Ethologists for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (EETA; www.ethologicalethics.org). As I was writing this book, I constantly found myself thinking about the important messages of eco-psychologists like David Abram, E. N. (Gene) Anderson, Warwick Fox, and Laura Sewall: how the ways in which we sense and feel the presence of individual animals directly influences how we interact with them; how good we feel when we interact with animals and nature in peaceful, kind, and benevolent ways; and how these good feelings motivate us to do more for the world at large. Detailed information about numerous topics in ethology, cognitive ethology, and human-animal interactions can be found in my other books Animals Matter, The Emotional Lives of Animals, Wild Justice: The Moral Lives of Animals (with Jessica Pierce), the Encyclopedia of Animal Behavior, the Encyclopedia of Human-Animal Relationships: A Global Exploration of Our Connections with Other Animals, and the Encyclopedia of Animal Rights and Animal Welfare (second edition). A chronology of events related to animal protection can also be found in my Encyclopedia of Human-Animal Relationships and my Encyclopedia of Animal Rights and Animal Welfare.
Books with information about nonanimal alternatives in research and animal protection organizations include my Encyclopedia of Animal Rights and Animal Welfare and Animals Matter, Amy Bount Achor’s AnimalRights: A Beginner’s Guide, Nick Jukes and Mihnea Chiuia’s From Guinea Pig to Computer Mouse: Alternative Methods for a Humane Education, Jonathan Balcombe’s The Use of Animals in Higher Education: Problems, Alternatives, and Recommendations, and Why Dissection? Animal Use in Education by Lynette Hart and her colleagues. A web search for “animal protection organizations” will generate a very useful list of organizations around the world.
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