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Compassionate Solutions to Wildlife Issues Exist

Help us enhance conservation and  protect individual animals.  

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Compassionate Conservation

Discipline

An approach to wildlife conservation guided by four compassionate principles: do no harm, individuals matter, value all wildlife, and peaceful coexistence.

How we help

Thanks to support from fellow animal-lovers, we improve wildlife conservation techniques by promoting compassionate solutions and preventing negative ones. We value all species equally and are firmly anti-culling. Verify Humanity’s global projects are protecting individual animals, regardless of whether they are threatened or not, and helping to bring about a world where we value all animals equally. 

How you can help

Whether it’s volunteering your time, signing petitions, being a voice for animals on government consultations, sharing our message, partaking in our research or helping animals yourself - like planting more flowers for the bees, there are lots of ways you can help wildlife.

News

Fantastic News for Male Chicks!

The Animal Welfare Committee's report on male chick culling has recommended a ban on the cruel practice, in favour of modern egg-sexing technologies.  

New article: Jason Endfield

Writer and campaigner Jason Endfield is fighting back against cruel licensing in a bid to protect our countryside and it's inhabitants. Read his story and find out how you can help, too.

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