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3,696 km run to protect tigers, rhinos, bears, and turtles from the wildlife traditional medicine trade
Hanoi, November 6, 2022 – Yesterday, Education for Nature – Vietnam (ENV), in collaboration with event organizers, Sporting Republic, hosted the 7th Hanoi Half Marathon
Hanoi, November 1, 2022 – Education for Nature – Vietnam (ENV) has released their 52nd Public Service Announcement (PSA) to date, depicting the health risks
Law enforcement responsiveness to publicly reported crime remains strong but success rate decreases in 2021
Hanoi, October 19, 2022 – Education for Nature – Vietnam (ENV) has once again released The Law Enforcement Responsiveness Report, which has highlighted actions taken
The Hanoi Half Marathon is back, raising awareness on the issue of traditional medicine made from wildlife
Hanoi, Vietnam, 29 September 2022 – The 13th edition of the Hanoi Half Marathon (formerly the Song Hong Half Marathon) returns after a four-year hiatus.
On Wednesday, August 31st, Where in Vietnam (WIV), in cooperation with Education for Nature – Vietnam (ENV), released a new Vietnam Wildlife Guide to provide
Education for Nature Vietnam (ENV) released its latest Public Service Announcement (PSA), “Reporting to the ENV Wildlife Crime Hotline: 1800-1522”. It is an animation, beginning
Vital resource for turtle identification distributed amongst authorities, national parks and wildlife rescue centers in Vietnam
Education for Nature – Vietnam (ENV) and long-time partner, the Asian Turtle Program (ATP), printed and released 1,500 copies of the 2022 Vietnam Tortoise and
USAID, MARD Launch New Project to Combat Wildlife Trafficking, Agree to Partner on Addressing Climate Change in the Mekong Delta
Hanoi, June 13, 2022 – Today, in cooperation with the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD), and with U.S. Deputy Secretary of State Wendy