THE ILLEGAL TRADE IN WILDLIFE

THE ILLEGAL TRADE IN WILDLIFE is driving species to the brink of extinction while posing environmental, economic, development and security risks. But we can reverse this trend. Countries around the world, the United Nations, A-HSEAI, many other international and national organizations, businesses, governments and key opinion leaders are all working together to raise awareness, enact and enforce stronger laws, and step up support to local communities efforts to stop the illegal trade in wildlife.

This trade thrives on ignorance, indifference and turning a blind eye to the laws that govern it. But the more we know, the more we can see how our decisions have a major impact on wildlife, people and the planet. The good news is that we really can tackle illegal trade in wildlife

This campaign is part of an ambitious agenda that is being driven by the UN which recognizes wildlife crime as a serious crime and a threat to our shared sustainable development. The new 2030 agenda of the UN sets out Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) which have an explicit focus on protecting the integrity of our ecosystems by targeting the environmental crimes, that take place both on land and at sea.

JOIN THE 3 MILLION OTHERS WHO HAVE PLEDGED TO PROTECT THEIR KINDRED SPECIES. UNLEASH YOUR WILD INSTINCT TO PROTECT LIFE AND START A MOVEMENT! GIVE YOUR NAME TO CHANGE THE GAME

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