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Tanya Wyatt Oct 11
is not homogeneous and isn’t all serious organized crime. To we need to understand and act on the complexity and nuance. And not forget the uncharismatic wildlife
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Bella Lack 🌱 Oct 12
My speech today at the Conference to help , specifically the barbaric Ivory Trade. FULL speech —>
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Diogo Veríssimo Oct 11
New review of 200+ demand reduction interventions for just published in We look at where and when interventions take place, what they focus on and the quality of the evidence around impact. Happy to share a PDF :)
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African Parks Oct 12
The wreaks havoc on the livelihoods of some of the world’s poorest communities. Akagera, in Rwanda, has shown that when poaching is halted, nature can return, and communities and wildlife can thrive:
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Biodiversify Oct 11
It's critical that global efforts to tackle include the overlooked species. Click for the full infographic illuminating @orchiddelerium's work on online trade:
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WWF UK Sep 16
A seizure of bones & body parts from at least 16 tigers & 100 bear paws has recently been made in Russia - an indication of the urgent need to . Help us call on global leaders to take action on by signing our petition
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Helen Muller Oct 10
⁩ chair Rosie Cooney starts event asking: should wealthy nations hold meetings setting agendas on without funding community representives to come and speak for themselves?
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IUCN Gibbon SSA Oct 11
Rangers must be supported to understand their role to combat . Rangers = front line to . Must empower them & help them understand how their work makes an impact: Rangers' work is valuable. Great panel discussion!
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African Parks Oct 11
We are so proud to have 2 Rangers from Malawi at the conference: Paul Chidyera from & Martin Awazi from - both heads of law enforcement for their respective parks - speaking about the safety they provide for people & wildlife
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Nafeesa Esmail Oct 9
Fantastic to present (and meet, many for the very first time in person!) with a few of our many collaborators of our horizon scan of emerging issues
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Vernon Coaker Feb 28
We must wake up to the reality that elephants, rhinos, tigers, pangolins & many other animals are on the brink of extinction - we must act now, together, to stop the & ensure that future generations can share our planet with these majestic creatures 🐘🐅
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African Parks Oct 11
. Special Envoy opening the session: Worth More Alive than Dead - How Tourism can combat the
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IUCN SULi Oct 11
Prince William opens speech at by highlighting need for local communities to have economic incentives to conserve , and goes on to highlight role of rights!
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WildAid Hong Kong Nov 14
Hey everyone, listen up! If you're as angry as we are about Bonhams upcoming horn auction CALL THEM OUT using their official Twitter account Let's get this auction cancelled! We have 12 days.
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The Big Cat Sanctuary Oct 10
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WCS Newsroom Oct 10
COMMENTARY: At Home and in London, Nigeria Tackles the Illegal Trade | By Andrew Dunn for
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Giles Clark Oct 11
Humans are not spectators on this planet, we are the cause of so many of the environmental issues, including the . We must drive solutions and change.
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ANIMAL ADVOCATE  Ⓥ Oct 12
What's at stake at the conference?🦏 This little baby for a start!👶💞 Do you get a when you see such beauty? If you do, you know the sadness of a world without them🦏💔 is forever!🤔
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Naoko Ishii Oct 14
Congratulations to UK and the many partners that made last weeks conference such a success - i’m pleased that was able to play an active role and will continue its efforts to help
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ZSL 55m
Tonight, UK's finest comedians are , having generously donated their time to support our work to on . Every 25 minutes an elephant is killed for their tusks. Please text ZSL to 70700 to donate £5.
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