Nearly 480 wild animals rescued in H1 Environment

Nearly 480 wild animals rescued in H1

A total of 477 wild animals were rescued from violators or voluntarily handed over by people in the first half of 2021, the Education for Nature Vietnam (ENV) reported on July 16.
ENV campaign helps protect wildlife in central localities Environment

ENV campaign helps protect wildlife in central localities

Fruitful results have been made in a campaign to minimise violations of wildlife protection regulations launched by Education for Nature Vietnam (ENV) in the three central localities, Thua Thien-Hue, Da Nang, and Quang Nam, in the 2019-2020 period, according to the ENV.
Seller of rare turtles jailed for 10 years Environment

Seller of rare turtles jailed for 10 years

A man in the Central Highlands province of Dak Lak has been sentenced to 10 years in prison for illegally raising and possessing 127 individuals of many rare and endangered turtle species, according to the Education for Nature Vietnam (ENV) .
Tougher actions taken to protect wildlife Environment

Tougher actions taken to protect wildlife

Since Vietnam, a country that has some of the world’s most diverse wildlife, is suffering biodiversity loss due to illegal wildlife trade, the country has made consistent efforts to strengthen law enforcement to protect wildlife and biodiversity.
Video encourages people to avoid using products from wild animals Environment

Video encourages people to avoid using products from wild animals

On the occasion of World Wildlife Day on March 3, the non-governmental organisation Education for Nature Vietnam (ENV) launched a short film called “Su lua chon sang suot” (A smart choice), to promote the use of modern medicine instead of the consumption of products from wild animals to treat ailments.
Over 1,130 wild animals rescued in 2020: ENV Environment

Over 1,130 wild animals rescued in 2020: ENV

As many as 1,132 wild animals in Vietnam were rescued last year as 57.1 percent of the 2,216 violation cases reported by civilians handled, said the Education for Nature Vietnam (ENV) on February 1.