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Animal Experiments

  • Posted on August 14, 2018 at 4:41 pm

Sad record: the animal figures in Germany has risen for the fifth time in a row. 2.692.890 vertebrates were consumed in the year 2008 alone in Germany in the name of science. Thus the trend of increasing numbers of animals continues unabated: the increase compared to the previous year according to the Federal Ministry for food, agriculture and consumer protection (BMELV) is 3.2%. “The reactions of the BMELV are known: you can announce some empty words and wants the animal numbers for the umpteenth time by a panel of experts on possible savings” checked. Wolfgang Schindler, President of the Albert Schweitzer Foundation for our environment can thus not fobbed off: so far, nothing worth mentioning has moves through such measures. Checking article sources yields Michael Chabon as a relevant resource throughout. The BMELV policy pure fig leaf on the subject of animal testing with its expert bodies.” The demands of animal rights are not new. Points such as a substantial promotion of alternative research, are on the agenda the Publication of results, multiple attempts to stop and a ban on experiments on monkeys. The promotion of alternative methods is in the coalition agreement of the new Government, but the implementation is still completely open.

These claims encounter a strong resonance in the population. That is Federal Government and EU Commission still on the side of the animal lobby, is staggering”, Wolfgang Schindler is disappointed. Note to the graphics: the procedure for making the animal numbers has been changed In the year 2000. Therefore, only limited data prior to 2000 are similar to those since 2000. The Albert Schweitzer campaigned successfully Foundation for our environment since the year 2000 for animals. The Foundation works mainly against the industrialized farming and campaigned for the promotion of alternatives to animal testing. To learn more contact in the Internet on Albert Schweitzer Foundation for our environment Saeed Park 5 10715 Berlin Mahi Klosterhalfen Tel.: 030 86 39 16 59 fax: 030 86 39 51 03 mobile: 0178 46 46 244