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Defra UK Sep 19
. and met the today and are looking forward to on Saturday. It is just three weeks until the London conference when global leaders will come together to .
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Classic Pics 23h
In the last 40 years, the world has lost 95% of its rhinos. We need to stop the criminal networks that are fuelling the illegal trade in rhino horn. Poachers like these need to be stopped. RT if you want rhinos to survive 🦏
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Foreign Office 🇬🇧 21h
"Every single day 3 rhinos are lost to our planet. Gone forever." South African filmmakers Susan Scott and Bonne de Bod spent 3 years investigating the illegal rhino horn trade. What they saw will stay with them forever.
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Foreign Office 🇬🇧 24h
"If we continue at the rate we're going now, by 2025, the Rhino species will become extinct." Executive Bruce Watson explains how they've used technology to reduce rhino poaching by 96%
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Penny Mordaunt MP Sep 21
To deliver the global goals we must join up the global goals! End poverty, protect environment, save endangered species. Huge push from U.K. to tackle illegal wildlife trade. 🇬🇧
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Aidan Gallagher 17h
Today is World Rhino Day and it celebrates the world’s five species of rhinoceros. It is an opportunity to take stock of global poaching activities ahead of the Illegal Wildlife Trade Conference in London on 11 and 12 October which I will attend and Host!
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Helen Clark 20h
Staggering: in last 40 years, our world 🗺️has lost 95% of its 🦏🦏. We can't stand by & watch iconic mammals be slaughtered to extinction. Thanks 4 dedication 2 & upcoming London Conference on Illegal Trade.
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Defra UK Sep 21
that the increasing demand for rhino horns in the puts rhinos at immediate risk of extinction? This find out more about the work we’re doing to :
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WWF UK 14h
It's ! 🦏 Rhinos are poached for their horns which are sold in the illegal wildlife trade, even though they’re made of keratin - the same substance as our fingernails. Sign our urging global leaders to :
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Kensington Palace Sep 18
The Duke of Cambridge will visit Namibia, Tanzania and Kenya from Monday 24th to Sunday 30th September. The private working trip is being made as President and Patron ahead of the 2018 Illegal Wildlife Trade Conference in London
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DFID Sep 21
aims to use poverty alleviation to drive down Illegal Wildlife Trade By ✅ protecting the endangered Sumatran tiger ✅ creating sustainable jobs ✅ stopping deforestation
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Defra UK 23h
It is today! and visited the rhino artworks. poaching is disastrous and the population is now just 30,000 globally. We have the London in October
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Survival International Sep 21
The report of 87 elephants killed by poachers in Botswana was false. Militarised conservation doesn't stop poaching or protect wildlife, and it leads to violence, evictions and deaths of innocent local and tribal people.
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Lloyd Anthony 23h
Heading to to call for action over inaction, responsibility over indifference. Closely linked to a call to I'm excited 😊
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Tusk Sep 22
Thanks for supporting Tusk & the on Rhino populations across are in critical danger, threatened by the global poaching crisis. Follow to stay up to date on news around the Illegal Wildlife Trade Conference.
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Defra UK Sep 20
: 's blog post on the wider impacts of the shows that it's not just elephants, rhinos and tigers that are in urgent need of protection
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IATA 12h
Happy 🦏! IATA supports 57 airlines (and growing) in committing to save this noble species & others by combating illegal trade.
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Defra UK 19h
We’re working to protect rhinos worldwide, which is why the UK has banned the trade in rhino horn. This , find out more about the 2018 conference and the work we’re doing to :
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John E. Scanlon Sep 20
No or poached in Liwonde NP for 12 months. Political commitment, good management, engaged community - a winning formula. Perfect place for Management Team meeting - under the tents with the rangers & surrounded by wildlife
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DFID Sep 21
The Bukit Tigapuluh Landscape 🏠 to 80 mammals and 220 bird species - at least five are critically endangered. Deforestation in this area is happening at an alarming rate. is working with Indonesian govt. and to protect this area.
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