Two years ago today I gave a keynote on the ethical dimensions of managing outdoor cats. It was to The Outdoor Cat, the first international conference to take up the conservation and welfare considerations of companion, community and feral cats. … Continue reading
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Image: Winter Care and Safety for Feral Cats, Petfinder.com.
My good colleague John Hadidian (Senior Scientist, HSUS) recently spoke about living with urban wildlife at the Biophilic Cities Project. Keynote speakers alongside John were Jennifer Wolch (Geography, Berkeley) and Stephen Kellert (Environmental Studies, Yale). Biophilic urbanism is a new … Continue reading
Last week I gave a Marsh Institute lecture at Clark University on outdoor cats and biodiversity — “The End of Biodiversity: Ethical and Policy Issues Around the Super-Predator, Felis catus“. The large and engaging audience took some by surprise. At … Continue reading
Thursday, 26 September 2013 @ 12:15 – 13:15 University Center Lurie Conference Room Clark University Worcester, MA 01610 United States Cats are now said to be the dominant factor in the loss of biodiversity in North America and across the … Continue reading
As a small child I was raised largely in the woods at the family’s cabin in northern Ontario. The love of the outdoors has stuck with me, I cannot account the amount of time I have spent hiking, birdwatching, animal … Continue reading