Should fish be a part of our circle of moral concern? A public lecture

A lecture on fish pain and cognition by eminent scientist Associate Professor Culum Brown of Macquarie University and the philosophy of fishing by PhD candidate Larelle Bossi of UTas.

We had a great turnout, around 70 people, which filled the lecture theatre, and considering the short notice of the event, it was fantastic to see this many people interested in learning more about fish.… Read More

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