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    There is a new project to set up rehoming centres for research animals in Australia. Go to the web page and read the downloadable white paper on the new Liberty movement to find out more.

Telstra’s bid to unlock hidden value from old technology

Telstra has unveiled its new Electronics Reuse and Recycling Strategy, which aims to tackle Australia’s fastest growing waste problem – end-of-life electronics – or e-waste. E-waste has grown significantly in recent years, with the volume of end-of-life electronics worldwide expected to jump 33% to 65.4 million tonnes annually by 2017. At the same time, raw […]

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2016 Banksia Sustainability Award finalists and winners

This year’s Banksia Sustainability Awards were announced at a ceremony in Sydney on 30 November, with John West Australia taking out the ‘Best of the Best’ of the Banksia Award Categories. With a strong drive to deliver a superior product to the market and communicate the importance of sustainable fishing among buyers, John West Australia […]

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Liberty project makes debut on International Rabbit Day!

The Liberty project made its first public presentation in Sydney on 24 September, as part of the Animal Justice Party’s annual conference, coinciding with International Rabbit Day. Founder of the Liberty project, Paula Wallace, presented the case for an independent ‘Liberty’ movement in Australia supported by research institutions, as a more sustainable and ethical approach to managing […]

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Liberty project to present at Animal Justice Party conference

The Liberty movement is a term coined by journalist Paula Wallace, to describe the growing number of sanctuaries that are springing up around the world to provide rehoming options for non-human animals after they have been used in scientific and medical experiments. She is spearheading the campaign for the establishment of independent centres in Australia, […]

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The case for an independent ‘Liberty’ movement in Australia supported by research institutions

July, 2016: A new white paper outlines a more sustainable and ethical approach to managing non-human animals in research, that presents a unique opportunity for research institutions in Australia. It’s estimated that there are thousands of non-human animals used for scientific purposes in Australia that could safely live their natural life spans following their use […]

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