Programme helps fight wildlife violations in Vietnam Society

Programme helps fight wildlife violations in Vietnam

The Nature Education Centre recently announced the findings of a programme on the assessment of the spread of wildlife violations in 42 districts of nine provinces and cities with the involvement of 12,840 trading establishments, in an effort to ease the phenomenon.
Several rare animals rescued in January Environment

Several rare animals rescued in January

The Education for Nature-Vietnam (ENV) said on February 21 that 19 wild animals of rare and threatened species were rescued from illegal traders and trappers, and subsequently released back into nature in January.
Cambodia seizes over 3.2 tonnes of ivory World

Cambodia seizes over 3.2 tonnes of ivory

The Cambodian authorities said on December 16 that they had seized more than 3.2 tonnes of elephant tusks at a seaport in the capital city of Phnom Penh, marking the country’s largest ivory bust.
Humans push wildlife populations to the brink Society

Humans push wildlife populations to the brink

Humanity and the way we feed, fuel and finance our societies and economies is pushing nature and the services that power and sustain us to the brink, according to the WWF’s 2018 Living Planet Report.
Short film calls for end to rhino massacres Environment

Short film calls for end to rhino massacres

The Education for Nature - Vietnam (ENV), a non-governmental organisation on the reservation of the nature and the protection of the environment, on August 22 released a short film to call for people’s efforts to put an end to rhino massacres in Africa and protect the animal.
Wildlife trafficker gets 13 months in prison Environment

Wildlife trafficker gets 13 months in prison

The People’s Court of Ha Dong district in Hanoi on March 20 handed down a jail sentence of 13 months on Nguyen Mau Chien for smuggling 36kg of rhino horn, according to the Education for Nature Vietnam (ENV).