5 key things to know about Animal Law

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Alice Di Concetto is the Founder and Consultant at Animal Law Europe, a consulting firm dedicated to helping organizations make longer strides regarding European law and policy and animal welfare. Alice is a French and US-educated lawyer with over ten years of academic and professional experience in animal law. Alice’s experience working with various government and non-government organizations has allowed her to gain considerable wisdom in EU public affairs.

Alice joins me to discuss animal law, what it’s about, and the different ways countries apply their version of animal law. She shares the growing awareness of the link between agriculture and greenhouse gas emissions and explains why a country’s animal welfare laws are not good markers for how animals are actually treated. Alice also shares various resources for those who want to learn about animal law in greater detail.

"The study of animal law goes beyond studying animal welfare and legislation." - Alice Di Concetto

This week on Ctrl-Alt-Meat:

  • Why animal laws have recently been a hot topic
  • What exactly is "Animal Law"and what it's really about
  • The differences in animal laws across different countries
  • Comparing animal welfare in Guatemala versus France

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