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In this newsletter you will find our call for leaders to address animal agriculture at the Paris Climate Conference, our take on what's next now that the U.S. has retired its chimpanzees from research, December's animal protection events, and more! 

Will Leaders Address the Elephant in the Room at COP21?

The Paris Climate Conference is in full swing. We call on leaders to finally address animal agriculture as a leading cause of climate change. Will leaders be brave enough to take a stand? Read our call to action here.

U.S. Moves to Retire Research Chimpanzees

The U.S. joins the international community with the announcement that government-owned chimpanzees will be retired from experimentation, but what's the next step? Read more...

From the WAN Blog

- How World Animal Day 2015 made animal issues front-page news around the world. Read more...

- From bans on fur farming, to an animal protection case heard by the Canadian Supreme Court, catch up on the latest legal milestones for animals. Read more... 

Guest blog: Are we making a difference?

Elly Hiby, Scientific Advisor for the International Companion Animal Management Coalition, discusses a new resource to help organizations assess the success of their dog population management work. Read more...

Events

-Find out what's happening in the animal protection world this December!
-Don't forget to let us know about upcoming events! Register them here. 
This month we are pleased to welcome the following organizations to the World Animal Net Directory:
 
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