Prince William urges Chinese consumers to stop buying illegally traded wildlife products. Prince William gives a speech due to be televised on Chinese state TV, in which he urges Chinese consumers to stop buying illegally traded wildlife products. Coinciding with the Chinese president’s visit to the UK on Monday, William tells an audience of students and guests at King’s College in London that China’s influence in the world means they can change the face of global conservation.
White Tiger Painting Art Print by Rachel Stribbling
Ricky Gervais calls for public to hand in unwanted wildlife products
Sea turtles are threatened with extinction. In Central America, sea turtle eggs are trafficked at the regional level and yet, little is known about the transit routes and final destinations of these restricted wildlife products. We propose to construct artificial sea turtles eggs that will house GSM GPS tracking devices.
Jackie Chan: Chinese attitudes to illegal wildlife products are changing
Martial arts film star and WildAid ambassador believes there is a generational change in views on ivory and rhino horn Chinese attitudes towards buying illegal wildlife products such as rhino horn and ivory are undergoing a "big change", according.
You can't ignore this land shark (or the conversation about plastic in our oceans)