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Within only one week, many ENV information boards with the message “Say No to wildlife products” have been installed in 11 Intimex supermarkets. This means that our message has touched millions of people in big cities around Vietnam where there are Intimex supermarkets.
Since we first started the “I support campaign” last month, many Vietnamese celebrities have joined ENV to spread the message “Say NO to bear bile and bear products consumption to end bear farming”.
ENV is delighted that nearly 150 information boards with the messages “Say no to bear bile”; “Say no to Rhino horn”; and “Say no to wildlife products” have been placed in 78 Vietnamese government agencies all around Vietnam to raise awareness about the need to eliminate the wildlife trade amongst both government officials and members of the public.
Here is a little sneak peak at our new public service announcement, featuring Tuyet Minh, one of the most famous dancers and choreographers in Vietnam!
Making the most of the good weather, ENV headed to the tourist location of Ao Vua to raise awareness about the issues with bear farming.
On June 30, ENV and the local Forest Protection Department in Dak Nong, central Vietnam, have succeeded in persuading the head monk at a pagoda to voluntarily transfer a gibbon, which was being kept in captivity at the place of worship.
As part of a series of ongoing investigations targeting the smuggling of rhino horns, ENV has had the opportunity to interview a number of rhino horn smugglers and their families. The following testimonial gives a “behind the scenes” look at the smuggling process, and according to the smuggler, highlights the difficulties that the government faces as it seeks to crack down on smuggling.
The following summary of tiger seizures for the period January 1, 2006 through December 31, 2013 was compiled by Education for Nature – Vietnam (ENV), in order to ensure that accurate data for Vietnam is made available for use in addressing tiger trade enforcement issues regionally.
Last weekend, over 500 people visited our public event about the issues with rhino horn consumption (supported by Save the Rhino International), at Vincom Mega Mall Royal City.
This week, ENV launched a new viral campaign, featuring a poster with the message “I support the protection of wildlife in Vietnam, let’s say NO to bear bile and any bear products”.