We’re delighted to announce that The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) has joined United for Wildlife’s Transportation Taskforce at The Illegal Wildlife Trade Conference. UNODC formally recognises that the trafficking of illegal wildlife products generates money that is linked with money-laundering, corruption and extreme violence. The signing comes shortly after The Duke of
Today (October 10th), The Duke of Cambridge, President of United for Wildlife, hosted a meeting of the United for Wildlife Financial Taskforce for the signing of the Mansion House Declaration. The Duke has worked with Lord Hague of Richmond to convene the financial sector to join the fight against the illegal wildlife trade. Illegal wildlife
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Which country would you expect to be the biggest exporter of legal ivory in the world? China or the USA perhaps? Startlingly, it’s right here in the UK.
In extremely exciting news, the Jackson Hole Film Festival winners were announced and we were among them! If you don’t know already, the Jackson Hole Film Festival focuses on conservation and wildlife films, with a variety of categories, such as educational, limited series and engaging youth.
Despite world elephant day being dedicated to celebrating elephants, the poachers sadly won’t be taking the day off. But there is hope. From linking technology and conservation communities to training heroic rangers around the world, read on for some information on how United for Wildlife is helping to save the magnificent elephant. 1. Technology +