Leadbeater, Simon (2017) Will the precautionary principle broaden acceptance of animal sentience?. Animal Sentience 16(16)
Jonathan Birch, Animal sentience and the precautionary principle
Birch uses existing practice to develop a formal Animal Sentience Precautionary Principle (ASPP), which he hopes will become more widely adopted and improve animal welfare outcomes. Birch considers the assumption that all animals are sentient to be extreme. Despite its merits, Birch’s ASPP remains human-centred.
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