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World Wildlife Day

United Behind World Wildlife Day

Dr. Cristián Samper | Posted 05.03.2015 | Green
Dr. Cristián Samper

Today, global citizens marked the second annual World Wildlife Day as the United Nations announced that the organized crime threat to wildlife species is on the rise. The work to combat these crimes is more important than ever as human impacts drive an unprecedented decline in our planet's wild species. We must address this global crisis from all angles.

This Is What Wildlife Crime Looks Like (GRAPHIC)

The Huffington Post | Nick Visser | Posted 03.03.2015 | Green

The United Nation's General Assembly has designated March 3 as a time to honor the living things that surround us with beauty. World Wildlife Day was ...

World Wildlife Day: Why We Need Wild Animals

Paul Rosolie | Posted 05.01.2015 | Green
Paul Rosolie

In celebration of World Wildlife Day, let us remember that wild animals have made us who we are. They are essential to our foundation, to our very existence. Wild animals keep our world alive. Without them, there is no us.

On Our First Ever World Wildlife Day, Let's Put an End to Illegal Wildlife Trafficking

John Kerry | Posted 05.03.2014 | Green
John Kerry

You can do your part too. Do not buy suspicious goods. Do not buy ivory -- even small trinkets or jewelry. Turn down the offer to buy that tiger skin rug. Reject the shark fin soup. We can make a difference for ourselves, and for generations to come.

Happy World Wildlife Day!

Posted 03.03.2014 | Green

Happy World Wildlife Day! March 3 has been designated by the United Nations General Assembly as a time to honor the flora and fauna our beautiful p...

Why We Should Care That March 3rd Is Now World Wildlife Day

Susan Lieberman, Ph.D | Posted 05.02.2014 | Green
Susan Lieberman, Ph.D

World Wildlife Day is an occasion to remember that in spite of protections provided by CITES much of the world's wildlife remains in crisis. The many threats they face include habitat loss, climate change, over-exploitation, and unregulated development.