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The very real human cost of illegal wildlife trafficking resulting from heavier prison sentences is brought powerfully home in Education for Nature – Vietnam’s newly released Public Service Announcement, Don’t do it!
Education for Nature – Vietnam (ENV) today presents the Outstanding Achievement Awards for Wildlife Protection to recognize the class-setting work of Vietnam’s law enforcement agencies and legal system.
Education for Nature – Vietnam has released the latest edition of its Wildlife Criminal Bulletin.
ENV have just released this video detailing the case of Hoang Manh Cuong, who is responsible for the largest illegal marine turtle trade in world history.
Luxurious hotels, car showroom, and shopping malls are places frequently visited by wealthy people, the potential consumers for rhino horn.
This lucky langur has just been released back to its natural habitat thanks to a local resident’s call to ENV’s wildlife crime hotline (1-800-1522).
Thanks to the eyes and ears of members of the public, ENV are able to rescue many animals from online trade.
Hanoi, January 13, 2015, VTV news host and celebrity Ms. Hoai Anh has called on the public to help stop the illegal trade of endangered pangolins in a new public service announcement (PSA) released today by Education for Nature – Vietnam (ENV). Reporting on the crisis facing pangolins, Hoai Anh urges viewers to take action against wildlife traders by reporting pangolin crimes to ENV’s national toll free Wildlife Crime Hotline (1-800-1522).
The wet winter may have arrived in Vietnam, but it hasn’t dampened our spirits!
ENV and the Pullman Hotel join together to educate people about the consequences of consuming rhino horn products.