An­i­mal Ethics

TagLast edit: 27 Jun 2022 15:28 UTC by Leo

Animal Ethics is a nonprofit organization that works to spread anti-speciesist messages in academia and to a general audience. It was founded in 2012.[1]


Animal Ethics was rated a Standout Charity by Animal Charity Evaluators between December 2015 and November 2017.[2] Animal Ethics is also one of the two organizations with a focus on animal welfare recommended by Brian Tomasik.[3]

As of June 2022, Animal Ethics has received $70,000 in funding from Effective Altruism Funds.[4]

Further reading

Animal Charity Evaluators (2017) Animal ethics: Comprehensive review, Animal Charity Evaluators, November.

External links

Animal Ethics. Official website.

Animal Ethics. Effective Altruism Forum account.

Related entries


  1. ^

    Smith, Allison (2015) Conversation with Leah Mckelvie and Oscar Horta, Animal Ethics, Animal Charity Evaluators, August 19.

  2. ^

    Animal Charity Evaluators (2017) Animal ethics: Comprehensive review, Animal Charity Evaluators, November.

  3. ^

    Tomasik, Brian (2015) Why I support the Humane Slaughter Association, Essays on Reducing Suffering, February 24.

  4. ^

    Animal Welfare Fund (2018) June 2018: Animal Welfare Fund grants, Effective Altruism Funds, June.

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An­i­mal Ethics’s 2020 ac­tivi­ties plan

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40 points
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A sum­mary of our work in 2019

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Animal_Ethics20 Mar 2020 19:56 UTC
27 points
7 comments5 min readEA link

Wild an­i­mal suffer­ing video course

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29 points
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41 points
2 comments5 min readEA link

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28 points
3 comments22 min readEA link

Re­sources on An­i­mal Ethics and Helping Animals

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34 points
2 comments1 min readEA link

Wild an­i­mal suffer­ing caused by fires and ways to pre­vent it: a non­con­tro­ver­sial in­ter­ven­tion

Animal_Ethics29 Aug 2020 14:09 UTC
19 points
0 comments1 min readEA link

Per­spec­tives on an­i­mal ad­vo­cacy in China

Animal_Ethics2 Aug 2021 18:05 UTC
26 points
1 comment5 min readEA link

What is wild an­i­mal suffer­ing?

Animal_Ethics19 Oct 2019 0:01 UTC
19 points
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Please Test/​Share my New Ve­gan Video Game

scottxmulligan29 May 2021 22:21 UTC
24 points
10 comments1 min readEA link

Helping wild an­i­mals through vac­ci­na­tion: could this hap­pen for coro­n­aviruses like SARS-CoV-2?

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31 points
9 comments25 min readEA link

A library of sci­en­tific refer­ences rele­vant to welfare biology

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21 points
0 comments1 min readEA link

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9 points
1 comment2 min readEA link

Sen­tien­tism: Im­prov­ing the hu­man episte­mol­ogy and ethics baseline

JamieWoodhouse27 Mar 2019 15:34 UTC
8 points
6 comments1 min readEA link

Aditya SK: Ex­pan­sion of an­i­mal ad­vo­cacy and con­cern for wild an­i­mal suffer­ing in India

EA Global21 Nov 2020 8:12 UTC
11 points
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Free-Rang­ing Dog Welfare in In­dia as a Cause Area

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Marginal Cases, On Trial

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18 points
0 comments21 min readEA link

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21 points
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Adam Shriver28 Nov 2022 12:07 UTC
287 points
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In­ter­view with Chris­tine M. Kors­gaard: An­i­mal Ethics, Kan­ti­anism, Utilitarianism

Erich_Grunewald8 May 2021 11:44 UTC
16 points
10 comments1 min readEA link

Should ChatGPT make us down­weight our be­lief in the con­scious­ness of non-hu­man an­i­mals?

splinter18 Feb 2023 23:29 UTC
11 points
15 comments2 min readEA link

EA An­i­mal Sup­port needed

rtm24 Feb 2023 17:19 UTC
−13 points
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Strate­gic con­sid­er­a­tions for effec­tive wild an­i­mal suffer­ing work

Animal_Ethics18 Jan 2022 19:27 UTC
25 points
0 comments27 min readEA link

Dr. Heather Brown­ing on an­i­mal sen­tience and ethics

Karthik Palakodeti19 Oct 2023 20:49 UTC
24 points
0 comments1 min readEA link

Michelle Gra­ham and Os­car Horta: Out­look on the emerg­ing field of wild an­i­mal welfare research

EA Global25 Oct 2020 6:56 UTC
9 points
1 comment12 min readEA link

An­nounc­ing WildAn­i­malSuffer­, a new re­source launched for the cause

David van Beveren12 Dec 2022 13:48 UTC
184 points
29 comments1 min readEA link

Hu­man and an­i­mal in­ter­ven­tions: the long-term view

Owen Cotton-Barratt2 Jun 2014 0:10 UTC
−2 points
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