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ENV reaches 20 in 2020. Join us in our fight to save the world’s biodiversity here in Vietnam, the acknowledged epicenter of the illegal wildlife trade.
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The year 2020, though, is more than just a milestone for ENV – it is also a watershed for endangered wildlife. Many of our most iconic species are teetering on the brink of extinction. Without decisive action this year we risk reaching the point of no return.
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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.
In this table-turning video, a young boy steps up to defend rhinos while his father and his friends are absorbed in a football match on TV. Seeing a rhino horn recently purchased by his father to impress his friends, the youngster recalls books he has read about rhinos and rhino poaching. Unable to get their attention to remonstrate with his father, our young wildlife warrior takes matters into his own hands.
Spoiler alert: the kid puts the adults to shame.
Please share the video via this link: http://bit.ly/RhinoFootball
Big shout out to Saga Media who have very kindly given ENV a two-week video slot on a major Hanoi bus route to promote our 1800-1522 wildlife crime hotline.
This 30 second clip will be looped on the video screens of 20 No.26 buses (Mai Dong – My Dinh stadium) and will reach an estimated 270,000 people.