ENV protects endangered species from extinction by working to end the illegal wildlife trade threatening thousands of animals in Vietnam and worldwide
Hanoi, July 29, 2020 – Education for Nature Vietnam (ENV) has just released their latest Public Service Announcement (PSA) in celebration of International Tiger Day on July 29th. The PSA, titled Superstitious, brings the audience face-to-face with superstitions still common in Vietnam, some harmless, and others destroying Earth’s wildlife.
People across the globe are facing death and economic collapse due to the consumption of wildlife. While Vietnam is not the culprit of the current Covid-19 pandemic, there is still prevalent consumption of wildlife in Vietnam.
ENV’s Macaques Are Not Pets campaign film features a heartbreaking sequence of photos which illustrate the large-scale exploitation that macaques are facing across Vietnam as demand for them remains rampant.
ENV interviews with ordinary people who share their real-life experiences about the effects that Covid-19 has had on their lives and what they believe can be done to prevent the next pandemic.
PUBLICATIONS & REPORTS
Wildlife Crime Butlletin
Wildlife Crime in Vietnam
Summary of Macaque Crime in
Vietnam (Jan 2010 – May 2020)
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ENV is actively working to end the illegal wildlife trade in Vietnam which is destroying ecosystems worldwide. With your help, we can have a bigger impact on wildlife conservation and protect thousands of species from extinction.
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