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 +
The world is currently trying to respond to an unprecedented increase in illegal wildlife trade. This crime threatens decades of conservation success and is impacting on many of the world’s wildlife species. Driven by corruption, greed and demand some of the worlds most iconic and well known species like elephants and rhinos are being threatened
You may be wondering why we have a new website and what it is all about, this article explains what it is, why we have created it and how we plan to make sure the world knows that elephants are #WorthMoreAlive What? We are at a critical point in the battle to save Africa’s elephants,
You’ve probably seen us mention the United for Wildlife Transport Taskforce in the past. You may already know what it is and who the members are, but if not, keep reading.
On the 15th of March, the United for Wildlife Transport Taskforce member organisations signed up to recommendations developed collaboratively over the last 12 months, with the historic first ever signing of a declaration at Buckingham Palace.
United for Wildlife has announced it is partnering with the Southern African Wildlife College in the fight against poaching and illegal wildlife trade. The collaboration will provide significant funding to help train rangers protecting Southern Africa’s endangered species.