Air France: Stop Transporting Primates Bound for Research Labs!
  • Petitioned Michel Emeyriat

This petition was delivered to:

Executive Vice President Ground Operations
Michel Emeyriat
Executive Vice President, Organization and Corporate Social Responsibility
Bertrand Lebel
Executive Vice President for Flight Operations
Alain Bassil
Air France CEO and Chairman
Alexandre de Juniac

Air France: Stop Transporting Primates Bound for Research Labs!

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      Last Chance for Animals

On their way to cruel and invasive experimentation (journeys that can last more than 30 hours), primates endure extreme temperature fluctuations, poor ventilation and debilitating noise. Many die from stress, trauma, dehydration, and intestinal hemorrhaging. Air France is the last major airline to transport these monkeys. It is critical they stop now and help cut off the supply of monkeys to US research labs!

Please watch LCA's "Air France's Monkey Business" PSA and share it on Facebook and Twitter!   

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    • julie hall LAS VEGAS, NV
      • about 1 month ago

      It's cruel, selfish, and needs to stop ASAP!

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    • Fatima Freitas LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM
      • 4 months ago

      Animals are ours !

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      • 4 months ago

      The way we treat others (including animals) says everything about us. We need to accept our role as guardians of the planet instead of behaving as if we own it!

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    • Gaynor DeWeese SANTA MARIA, CA
      • 4 months ago

      I will not use your services nor will my family. I will also continue to spread the word so others will stop flying with you. Hope it hurts your financials as much as you have hurt these animals.

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    • Mylissa couch PAWLING, NY
      • 4 months ago

      we are only as good as our compassion

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