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The latest edition of the ENV Wildlife Crime Bulletin is out, so bag yourself a copy.
As usual, the publication highlights some of the most prominent issues behind the illegal wildlife trade in Vietnam and the efforts of ENV and the authorities as partners in conservation. Download WCB-No-1-2019 today.
A short movie extolling the better life for bears awaiting them at a rescue center has been released today by Education for Nature – Vietnam. The movie, along with a companion hard copy brochure, is being supplied to Vietnam’s remaining bear owners and local Forest Protection Departments in order to speed up the end of bear farming in Vietnam.
We have just handed over a 5000-signature petition calling for the ending of bear farming. What’s remarkable is that all the signatures are from residents of Phuc Tho, the largest bear farming hotspot in Vietnam!
The authorities in Vietnam are making patchy progress in tackling marine turtle crime. Could do better if they applied themselves a bit more.
Luxurious hotels, car showroom, and shopping malls are places frequently visited by wealthy people, the potential consumers for rhino horn.
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).
ENV and the Pullman Hotel join together to educate people about the consequences of consuming rhino horn products.
In 2015, Education for Nature – Vietnam (ENV) will host the second annual awards ceremony, recognizing the outstanding achievements and contributions by members of society in the protection of wildlife.
November 25, 2014 – Vietnam’s National Environmental Police are on the look out for a wildlife trafficking kingpin after raiding a secret warehouse where over 1,000 endangered sea turtles were being processed for export to China. The local conservationists who tipped off police believe that thousands of marine turtles poached from Southeast Asian waters have been smuggled by the syndicate for years and that the “powerful kingpin” will be a challenge to prosecute.
On December 7th 2014, runners from Vietnam and a number of other countries around the world will join together in Hanoi and “race for Vietnam’s wildlife” in the 2014 Song Hong Half Marathon. The annual marathon is expected to attract hundreds of runners of all levels and abilities with proceeds generated from the race going to support Education for Nature Vietnam (ENV), a local organization and leader in efforts to combat the illegal hunting and trade of wildlife in Vietnam.