Israel Bans Fur Sales - A Big Step Towards Banning Fur Globally
Clothing/Cosmetics Article from All-Creatures.org

FROM JaneUnchained.com
June 2021

Over twenty countries have either voted to ban the practice, or to prohibit the farming of particular species for fur, or have introduced stricter regulations that have curtailed the fur industry.

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Mink in a fur farm @Nettverk for dyrs frihet (Network for Animal Freedom) via flickr

In the last few weeks, there have been very significant advances in the campaign to ban fur globally. On June 2nd, 2021, Estonia passed a law to ban fur farming by 2026, becoming the latest European country that is phasing out this horrific industry. And on June 9th, 2021, Israel became the first nation to ban the trade of fur in the fashion industry which is huge!

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In the US, the town of Wellesley, Massachusetts, banned new fur sales, being the first U.S. locality outside of California to do so. Some say the town of Weston, also in Massachusetts, will follow suit soon. And luxury fashion brand Valentino has just joined a long list of designers who have decided to ditch fur. These are just the latest developments of an international campaign which, after decades, has already achieved a lot in attempting to ban fur. Over twenty countries have either voted to ban the practice, or to prohibit the farming of particular species for fur, or have introduced stricter regulations that have curtailed the fur industry...

 

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