Education for Nature Vietnam (ENV) has been featured in news articles and publications since our inception in 2000 as a way to educate the public about wildlife conservation efforts, both in Vietnam and internationally. We hope you enjoy reading about ENV in the following publications! To work with ENV on a news story, please contact internationalcomms@env4wildlife.org. We can’t wait to hear from you!

Phuc Tho Vlog: Residents of Hanoi call on authorities to End Bear Bile Farming

For decades, Asiatic black bears have been held captive on Vietnamese bear bile farms so that owners may extract their bile, a traditional medicine. In 2005, the Vietnamese government, in collaboration with World Animal Protection (WAP) and Education for Nature Vietnam (ENV), began to crack down on the illegal exploitation of bears and selling of […]

ENV’s Latest PSA Encourages Vietnamese Public to Take Action to Ensure Another Pandemic is NEVER AGAIN Possible

Today, Education for Nature Vietnam (ENV) releases its second “Never Again” Public Service Announcement (PSA). The film portrays life in Vietnam during the Covid-19 shutdown, and encourages the public to take action to ensure another pandemic is never again possible. The PSA begins with familiar scenes during the 2020 pandemic of an eerily empty city, […]

ENV joins WC20 to urge G20 leaders to take action against biodiversity loss

In a revolutionary initiative, 20 of the most prominent conservation organizations worldwide have united as the Wildlife Conservation 20 (WC20), requesting immediate action from world leaders to implement rehabilitation of our natural world into COVID-19 recovery plans. As the G20 convened for their annual summit this weekend, they were met with an unprecedented call to […]

15 Bears Released as Bear Owners Come Together to Expedite an End to Bear Bile Farming

Seven bears from two farms in Binh Duong have safely arrived at Four Paws’ Bear Sanctuary in Ninh Binh. Today’s transfer is a result of the owners deciding to give their bears a better life outside the confines of a cage, following in the footsteps of many other ex-bear farmers across the country. In addition […]

Newest Campaign to End Wildlife Trafficking in Vietnam

Summary The illegal wildlife trade is destroying our Earth, pushing endangered species to extinction, and threatening public health on a globally deadly scale as the 4th largest black-market industry worldwide. Vietnam is a major player in the widespread trafficking of wildlife, with high demand for wildlife and as a wildlife trafficking hub. Education for Nature […]

10 Critical Actions to Combat Vietnam’s Illegal Wildlife Trade

Education for Nature Vietnam (ENV) has published 10 Critical Actions for Combating Illegal Wildlife Trafficking 2020, an annual list of key interventions that ENV considers priorities in tackling the wildlife trade in Vietnam.   The release of the list coincides with the issuance of a new directive by the Prime Minister on July 23rd in response to [...]

Prosecution Review for Wildlife Crime in Vietnam from 2015 to 2020

Education for Nature Vietnam (ENV) has published the Prosecution Review for Wildlife Crime in Vietnam from 2015 to 2020, reflecting the performance of Vietnam’s criminal justice system in implementing the 2015 Penal Code (amended in 2017) and prosecuting wildlife trafficking cases. ENV has analyzed 552 wildlife trafficking cases that occurred between 2015 and 2020, the [...]

Macaques Are Not Pets: ENV’s newest campaign comes to life on screen

Education for Nature Vietnam (ENV) has released their newest campaign film, titled Macaques Are Not Pets, to tackle the widespread demand for macaques in Vietnam’s illegal pet trade. ENV’s “Macaques are not pets” campaign is their first to focus on macaques exclusively, and is a direct response to the rise in macaque crimes which have overwhelmed [...]

Tables Turn on Tiger Bone Users

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. Superstitious engages the audience through jovial […]