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“I’m FINished with Fins” Shark Campaign Launches in Mainland China

WildAid applauds government on cutting demand following media campaign and shark fin soup ban

The Duke of Cambridge, David Beckham, and Yao Ming Team Up for Rhinos and Elephants

HRH and sports icons ask consumers to say no to rhino horn and ivory

Visit our Facebook Album for behind the scenes photos from the PSA shoot.

Edward Norton Joins the Fight Against Ivory Demand

(Please visit our Facebook album for behind-the-scene photos.)

International film star and renowned conservationist Edward Norton filmed two public service announcements on the illegal ivory trade in New York City yesterday. The messages will be part of the “Say No To Ivory” campaign launched earlier this year by WildAid and Save the Elephants.  

WildAid/AWF Launch Vietnamese Rhino Horn Campaign with Graphic Message

Online video targets key trade market as poaching levels rise

WildAid and the African Wildlife Foundation (AWF) are launching their “Say No to Rhino Horn” campaign in Vietnam and China with graphic footage. The public service message, titled “The Sickening Truth,” is currently being shared online only and carries a warning since it contains explicit video of a rhino that was left for dead after her horn and a large portion of her face were brutally hacked off.

BLOG: Shark No Fly Zone

From Peter Knights:

I received an email this morning from a friend, conservationist, and photographer, Alex Hofford of MyOcean, telling me that another airline announced it would no longer carry shark fins as cargo! Alex is based in Hong Kong, the shark fin capital of the world and has been busily getting the word out about disrupting the shark fin supply chain; experiencing quite a few successes this year.