Pressure grows for federal government to delist more of tasmani
The US government is likely to delist more tasmani wool after lobbying from animal rights activists, with animal protection groups pushing for the country to end the use of ani우리카지노mal suffering to make wool.
US Ambassador to Singapore Peter Drysdale has said the US government is considering delisting the animal-wool produced in Australia.
He spoke in New Delhi to the world public broadcaster NHRC where he said “a huge number of animals are suffering at the hands of other animals” and “the welfare of these animals can not and cannot be compromised”.
The US president said his administration had not given much thought to delisting the wool produced in Australia and it was not his priority to remove it from the Australian market.
But Mr Drysdale has raised concerns about animal welfare in Australian wool when he says it could have negative environmental effects and can be used for making other animal hides.
He said any increase in the supply of animal-wool should be backed with research and “be done in a way that is not inhumane to animals or the environment”.
New Zealand prime minister John Key also raised concerns last week about the industry.
He told Stuff New Zealand a “large-scale shift” would have an impact on the country’s sheep and goats wool.
Wool from Australia is the main animal by-product used to make clothing, bedding and leather.
There are about 22,00바카라0 tasmani wool sheep in the UK and the Australian government runs farms across the continent for the industry.
It said it used the tasmani as a wool staple while leaving the animal wool industry to other nations, notably Vietnam, where they a더킹카지노re used in other products including clothing.
The UK industry had been concerned that the tasmani could be linked to poor weather conditions as sheep were transported from China or Vietnam to Australia, but they have not yet received a formal request from any country to delist the wool.
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