wildlife crime

Don’t do it!

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!

Achievement Awards presented

Education for Nature – Vietnam (ENV) today presents the Outstanding Achievement Awards for Wildlife Protection to recognize the class-setting work of Vietnam’s law enforcement agencies and legal system.

Pangolins are beyond precious

Pangolins are the world’s most illegally trafficked mammal on the planet. Each one is beyond precious in the grand scheme of conservation. Happy to report, then, that ENV has been able to rescue five live pangolins this year so far. And all thanks to the public contacting the ENV wildlife crime hotline! Clearly, the hotline …

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When September comes

The numbers are just in for September and they make for healthy reading. A big thank you is due to the members of the public who used our toll-free wildlife crime hotline to report these violations. Here is a breakdown our ENV’s September: 18 – live animals confiscated, comprising two otters, a python, seven macaques, …

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People for Rhinos appeal launched

Rhinos are on the knife edge of extinction, driven in large part by consumer demand for rhino horn in Vietnam. Together we can rewrite the rhino story and ensure there is another chapter, not an ending. Support ENV’s consumer demand reduction work by donating to our People for Rhinos appeal: http://bit.ly/people4rhinos We are People for …

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Success in court

An appeal court in Hanoi has upheld the sentence of a major player in Vietnam’s illegal tiger trading. Pham Duc Hoa was busted last year in the capital’s Long Bien district along with three others while transporting a dead tiger. He will continue to serve his 15 months sentence based on the appeal verdict. The …

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Who you gonna call?

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 …

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