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- The heart of the matter
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- Keeping trade moving from the kitchen table
- Cleaning up the world’s longest river
- Developing new talent in logistics
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- Our youth, tomorrow's leaders
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- We Are United For Wildlife
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We Are United For Wildlife
Extraordinary levels of poaching and illegal trade are having a devastating effect on wild populations of some of the world’s largest and most iconic species like elephants, tigers and rhinos, as well as lesser known species such as the pangolin. Whole species are being hunted to extinction.
We are part of an industry taskforce led by United for Wildlife aiming to tackle the tragedy of illicit wildlife trade by joining hands with integral stakeholders. We have promised to protect endangered species for generations to come through our partnership with United for Wildlife.
We have signed 11 commitments to cover initiatives that increase to stop the transportation of illegal wildlife products an we pledge to do everything to stop this illegal trade.