Earlier this month, the New Zealand government was urged to ban animal testing. Today Logical Harmony welcomes this exciting news that New Zealand has banned animal testing for cosmetics! This is a step as yet another country is making changes to eliminate animal testing. Just like the other bans on animal testing, there are a few important items to understand.
In this update on New Zealand animal testing policies, Logical Harmony shares what you need to know about this ban on animal testing, what it means to brands, and what it means to consumers.
Read more to find out what New Zealand Animal Testing Ban Passed for Cosmetics means.
From time to time, I like to share press releases from various animal organizations around the world with Logical Harmony readers. I try to keep these to a minimum and share only the most important items. This press release from Humane Society International is one that I consider to be very important.
Currently, the New Zealand government is under pressure from four of the world’s largest animal organizations to enact a ban on animal testing. Currently, animal testing is not required by law in New Zealand but the country has yet to take official steps to enact a ban on animal testing. An amendment to the Animal Welfare Act has been proposed that would outlaw animal testing.
This proposed act is very important. With more countries enacting bans on animal testing, it is becoming easier to urge other governments to enact similar bans. Continue reading to find out what you can do to help increase the chances of an animal testing ban in New Zealand!
Continue reading for more about how the New Zealand Government is Urged to Ban Cosmetics Animal Testing!