There are many unanswered research questions in effective animal advocacy that have the potential to shape the direction of the movement in various ways. Unfortunately, there is currently a shortage of researchers to answer these questions, and it is not always clear how someone can pursue a path in animal advocacy research. In this talk, James Spurgeon covers three diverse areas where ACE believes research can be particularly impactful — interventions, cultured animal products, and wild animal suffering — with a focus on discussing the sort of researchers we need in the movement, and how EAs can contribute to reducing suffering for animals in this way.
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