Document Type


Publication Date

Fall 1995


  • Will Keiko ever be free? Marine Mammal Institute offer captives hope (Paul G. Irwin)
  • Spotlight
  • At Risk: sea turtles
  • Wildlife rehabilitation training center opens (Richard H. Farinato)
  • Students' concerns triumph: alternatives to classroom dissection offered (Jonathan Balcombe, Ph.D.)
  • House cuts mink subsidy: market promotion program targeted (Wayne Pacelle)
  • A Congressional howl: legislators urge USDA to act on puppy mills (Rachel A. Lamb)
  • Earth Charter moves forward: conferees consider draft of UN-bound document (Angela O. Harkavy, M.A.)
  • State legislatures take action: myriad bills address animal protection (Ann Church)
  • Victories for good bills, defeats for bad ones
  • New chapter in Iditarod saga: two dogs die in 1995's long-distance race (Leslie Isom)
  • Fad news is bad news: the sad story of wild and exotic pets (Richard H. Farinato and Rachel A. Lamb)
  • Animal protection and the medical community
  • Trophy of death: an HSUS report reveals a startling increase in trophy hunting: endangered and threatened species are among the victims (Teresa M. Telecky, Ph.D., and Doris Lin)
  • HSI United States: good laws doomed?
  • GATT: blueprint for world trade
  • What laws are at risk?
  • HSI Canada: a high seas showdown
  • HSI Canada: crackdown in British Columbia (Michael O'Sullivan)
  • HSI Australia: platypuses stay home (Michael Kennedy)
  • Saving what we visit (Jan A. Hartke)
  • Eyes of the Earth focus local effort (John A. Hoyt)
  • Tourism: the world's biggest industry
  • Sustainable energy (J. Flynn Bucy, Ph.D.)