The NYU Center for Environmental and Animal Protection (CEAP) conducts and supports high-quality academic research about important issues at the intersection of environmental protection and animal protection.
The NYU Guarini Center on Environmental, Energy, & Land Use Law advances innovative energy and environmental policies for a sustainable and equitable economy, with special focus on policies that benefit humans, animals, and the environment.
The NYU Mind, Ethics, and Policy Program (MEP) conducts and supports foundational research about the nature and intrinsic value of nonhuman minds, with special focus on invertebrates and AI systems.
The NYU Wild Animal Welfare Program (WAW) conducts and supports foundational research about what wild animals are like, how humans and wild animals interact, and how humans can improve our interactions with wild animals at scale.
The NYU More Than Human Rights Project (MOTH) is an initiative at the New York University School of Law that aims to create a pathway for re-embedding humanity within the larger web of life that nourishes and sustains us.
The NYU Animal Law and Policy Series is a speaker series that aims to spotlight innovative theoretical and practical work on the legal and political status of animals, with support from the Brooks Institute for Animal Rights Law & Policy.