[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Education for Nature – Vietnam (ENV) releases its latest Public Service Announcement (PSA) to address the brutal bear bile farming industry that has depleted Vietnam’s forests for many years. The bear owner in the film is like many bear owners in Vietnam, and his decision to release his bear to a sanctuary is no longer …
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
A sorry tale of a football match, a rhino horn, and a garbage chute are the plot elements of Education for Nature – Vietnam’s just-released Public Service Announcement (PSA) video urging the public to reject rhino horn use.
Bear bile in rewind. Discover exactly how bear bile ends up in the hands of end users, and the cruel and illegal process behind the industry.
Famous Vietnamese drama actor, Lan Huong has thrown her star quality behind the need to protect the world’s remaining wild tigers in a newly released Education for Nature – Vietnam (ENV) Public Service Announcement video.
Bear bile extraction is not kid’s play.
Popular Facebook hero’s world implodes when he interacts with a rhino horn poll. One click and his status takes a terminal nose dive. Rhino horn is not a status symbol nor a magic medicine.
Teacher gets schooled by pupil on the use of bear bile. Bear farming is cruel and illegal and using bear bile as a ‘medicine’ only serves to perpetuate the industry in Vietnam.
Actor Trung Anh and Xuan Bac are urging the public not to use or buy bear bile in the latest Public Service Announcement (PSA), released by Education for Nature – Vietnam (ENV).
The odds of making it to adulthood are stacked highly against baby turtles by Mother Nature. Add in exploitation for meat and egg collection and it is little wonder that marine turtles in Con Dao are in an extremely precarious position.