Explore our past events, many of which you can watch recordings of with closed captions
The growth in intensive confinement of animals in agriculture has led to a resulting increase in the use of non-therapeutic antibiotics to prevent disease in such overcrowded conditions. Help us kick off Antibiotic Awareness Week by joining us for a panel event that will explore how research, collaboration, and policy can encourage better antibiotic stewardship in animal agriculture and human health care.
Impossible Foods Chief Legal Officer Dana Wagner in conversation with Animal Law & Policy Program Clinical Instructor Nicole Negowetti.
Animal Law & Policy Program Faculty Director Kristen Stilt will join the latest panel of a colloquium series co-hosted by Martha Minow and Emily Broad Leib, which will will explore a range of legal considerations related to the U.S. response to COVID-19 and discuss future implications of the pandemic across several topics, including: destabilization of animal habitats, transmission of zoonotic disease, reflections on developments in the criminal justice system, among others.
Helen Harwatt, Animal Law & Policy Program’s Food & Climate Policy Fellow, will be a panelist on Carbon Brief’s webinar: “Do We Need to Stop Eating Meat to Tackle Climate Change?”