Exciting news! Our free online conservation courses are moving to a new home on the National Geographic Society online platform. Over the last few years, we’ve achieved great things thanks to all of our learners around the world. We now have over 19,000 registered learners from almost every country in the world, have translated our
Today (May 13th), The Duke of Cambridge attended a meeting of our Taskforces for the financial and transport sector. The meeting is the first time the two groups have come together and explored what more can be done to work together to combat illegal wildlife trade. The meeting was chaired by Lord William Hague, and
Following the monumental signing of the Financial Taskforce Mansion House Declaration, The Duke of Cambridge attended this year’s Illegal Wildlife Trade conference to deliver a keynote speech. The conference, hosted by the UK government, aimed to strengthen international partnerships across borders and beyond government and to focus on 3 key themes; tackling IWT as a serious
We’re delighted to announce that The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) has joined United for Wildlife’s Transportation Taskforce at The Illegal Wildlife Trade Conference. UNODC formally recognises that the trafficking of illegal wildlife products generates money that is linked with money-laundering, corruption and extreme violence. The signing comes shortly after The Duke of
Today (October 10th), The Duke of Cambridge, President of United for Wildlife, hosted a meeting of the United for Wildlife Financial Taskforce for the signing of the Mansion House Declaration. The Duke has worked with Lord Hague of Richmond to convene the financial sector to join the fight against the illegal wildlife trade. Illegal wildlife
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