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Melissa Matlow

Melissa Matlow is the legislative and public affairs manager at World Animal Protection. www.worldanimalprotection.ca

Opinion | BY MELISSA MATLOW | November 10, 2022
Parliament should also pass Liberal MP Nathaniel Erskine-Smith’s, pictured right, Bill C-293, the Pandemic Preparedness and Prevention Act, to address the key drivers of pandemic risk, including wildlife markets, the commercial wildlife trade, industrial animal agriculture and antimicrobial resistance, writes Melissa Matlow. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY MELISSA MATLOW | November 10, 2022
Opinion | BY MELISSA MATLOW | November 10, 2022
Parliament should also pass Liberal MP Nathaniel Erskine-Smith’s, pictured right, Bill C-293, the Pandemic Preparedness and Prevention Act, to address the key drivers of pandemic risk, including wildlife markets, the commercial wildlife trade, industrial animal agriculture and antimicrobial resistance, writes Melissa Matlow. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY MELISSA MATLOW, SCOTT WEESE | November 10, 2021
Key drivers of pandemic risk include climate change, urban expansion, population increases and displacement, and increasing wealth (and the corresponding increase in demand for meat and animal companions), write Scott Weese and Melissa Matlow. Pexels photograph by Aditya Sahoo
Opinion | BY MELISSA MATLOW, SCOTT WEESE | November 10, 2021
Opinion | BY MELISSA MATLOW, SCOTT WEESE | November 10, 2021
Key drivers of pandemic risk include climate change, urban expansion, population increases and displacement, and increasing wealth (and the corresponding increase in demand for meat and animal companions), write Scott Weese and Melissa Matlow. Pexels photograph by Aditya Sahoo
Opinion | BY MELISSA MATLOW | July 20, 2020
Civet babies, pictured March 27, 2019, at a market in Jakarta, Indonesia. Millions of wild animals are captured, bred and traded for meat, traditional medicine and pets every year and sold at different types of markets around the world and increasingly online, writes Melissa Matlow. Photograph courtesy of the World Animal Protection/Aaron Gekoski
Opinion | BY MELISSA MATLOW | July 20, 2020
Opinion | BY MELISSA MATLOW | July 20, 2020
Civet babies, pictured March 27, 2019, at a market in Jakarta, Indonesia. Millions of wild animals are captured, bred and traded for meat, traditional medicine and pets every year and sold at different types of markets around the world and increasingly online, writes Melissa Matlow. Photograph courtesy of the World Animal Protection/Aaron Gekoski
Opinion | BY MELISSA MATLOW | October 17, 2016
Opinion | BY MELISSA MATLOW | October 17, 2016
Opinion | BY MELISSA MATLOW | October 17, 2016