Top Resources for Animal Advocacy Research

Navigating the extensive landscape of animal advocacy research can be a challenging endeavor, given the plethora of online resources available. To streamline your search for high-quality, relevant, and detailed information, Animal Charity Evaluators (ACE) has curated an invaluable list of research libraries and data repositories. This article will guide you through these top resources, enhancing your research efforts alongside powerful search tools like Google Scholar, Elicit, Consensus, Research Rabbit, and Semantic Scholar. Whether you’re a seasoned researcher or a newcomer to the field, these resources are designed to elevate the quality and scope of your work in animal advocacy. Additionally, ACE offers a comprehensive blog post to further deepen your understanding of animal advocacy research and its impact on animal causes. While this list is not exhaustive, it highlights some of the most useful resources available, and we welcome your input on other valuable sources you might have discovered

Conducting animal advocacy research can⁢ often feel like navigating a vast ocean of information. With‌ countless online‍ resources available, finding high-quality, relevant, and detailed‍ data can be daunting. Fortunately, several research libraries and data​ repositories can serve as invaluable tools for researchers in this ⁣field. Animal Charity Evaluators (ACE) has curated a​ list of these resources, which they have found particularly ⁤beneficial.⁣ This article‍ aims to guide you through these recommended sources, complementing your use of search tools like Google Scholar, Elicit, Consensus, Research Rabbit, and Semantic⁣ Scholar.

For those seeking to deepen ‍their understanding of‍ animal advocacy research and its impact on animal causes, ACE also offers​ a comprehensive blog post on the topic. While the list provided here is not exhaustive, it highlights some of ​the most‍ useful⁤ resources available, and we⁤ are eager to hear about other valuable sources you might have‍ discovered. Whether you are a seasoned researcher or new to the field, these resources can significantly enhance ​the quality and‍ scope of your work in animal advocacy.

When conducting animal advocacy research projects, the sheer amount of online material can be overwhelming. Fortunately, there are several research libraries and data repositories that can help you access high-quality, relevant, detailed information. Animal Charity Evaluators (ACE) has compiled a list of such sources that we have found particularly useful. We recommend considering these sources when carrying out your own research, in addition to search tools such as Google Scholar, Elicit, Consensus, Research Rabbit, or Semantic Scholar.

For more information on animal advocacy research and its benefits for animal causes, check out our blog post on the topic.

This is not an exhaustive list, and we are interested to hear what other sources of information you have found especially useful.

Organization Resource Description
Animal Charity Evaluators Research library A curated collection of research done by individuals, organizations, and academics in the fields of animal welfare science, psychology, social movements, and other relevant fields.
Animal Charity Evaluators Research newsletter A newsletter including all the empirical studies ACE is aware of from the last month about advocating for farmed animals or providing evidence that may be of interest to farmed animal advocates.
Animal Ask Research database In-depth, cross-comparative research to guide decision-making toward the most promising opportunities for animals.
Animal Welfare Library Animal Welfare Library A large collection of high-quality animal welfare resources.
Bryant Research Insights In-depth original research on meat reduction and alternative proteins.
Charity Entrepreneurship Animal welfare reports Reports on animal welfare
published by Charity Entrepreneurship.
EA Forum Animal welfare posts Effective Altruism-focused forum with many posts on animal welfare.
Faunalytics Original studies Original studies on animal issues and animal advocacy conducted by Faunalytics.
Faunalytics Research library A large library of research about animal issues and animal advocacy.
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FAOSTAT Food and agriculture data for over 245 countries and territories, dating from 1961.
Food Systems Innovation Animal Data Project Curated resources for topics related to wild animals and animals used for food, products, research, and entertainment.
Impactful Animal Advocacy Slack community A global online hub where advocates frequently share animal advocacy research.
Impactful Animal Advocacy Newsletters Monthly newsletter covering a range of animal advocacy updates and resources.
Impactful Animal Advocacy IAA Wikis A collection of Wiki databases on a variety of animal advocacy topics.
Open Philanthropy Farm animal welfare research reports Open Philanthropy’s research reports on farmed animal welfare.
Our World in Data Animal Welfare Data, visualizations, and writing on animal welfare.
Plant Based Data Libraries An organization providing studies and summaries on why we need a plant-based food system.
Rethink Priorities Research reports Rethink Priorities’ research reports on animal welfare.
Sentience Institute Summary of evidence for foundational questions in animal advocacy A summary of the evidence on all sides of important foundational questions in effective animal advocacy.
Tiny Beam Fund Beacon A series of key messages from academic works useful for tackling industrial animal agriculture in developing countries.
Tiny Beam Fund Academic Studies Without Tears A series that aims to turn academic research findings into accessible information for advocacy and frontline groups.

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