Category Archives: ENV

Vietnamese Students engaged with Wildlife Trade Exhibits

Education for Nature-Vietnam(ENV) continued public awareness raising program with wildlife trade exhibits at Hanoi University and the University of Social Sciences and Humanities on February 20 and 24 respectively. The wildlife trade exhibits attracted nearly 600 students who were eager … Continue reading

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Vietnam NGO Continues Demand Reduction Campaign for Tiger Bone

Education for Nature-Vietnam(ENV), a partner of the USAID-funded Asia’s Regional Response to Endangered Species Trafficking (ARREST) Program, held a wildlife trade exhibit in Ho Chi Minh City on January 17, 2014. ENV’s seconded wildlife consumption reduction exhibit of the year … Continue reading

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Market Banners Encourage Consumers to Stop Purchasing Wildlife

In January, Education for Nature-Vietnam, a partner of the USAID-funded Asia’s Regional Response to Endangered Species Trafficking Program (ARREST), continued to hang banners at high-traffic markets encouraging the public to refrain from consuming wildlife. The banners are now displayed at … Continue reading

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Student outreach Continues to Engage Vietnamese Youth and Conserve Rhino Consumption.

Education for Nature-Vietnam (ENV), a partner of the USAID-funded Asia’s Regional Response to Endangered Species Trafficking (ARREST) program, continued their public outreach program with wildlife trade exhibits at universities in Vietnam. Hundreds of students visited the exhibits at Sai Gon … Continue reading

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Market Banners in Vietnam help to reduce Demand for Illegal Wildlife Consumption

Education for Nature-Vietnam (ENV), a partner of the USAID-funded Asia’s Regional Response to Endangered Species Trafficking Program (ARREST), continued its market wildlife demand reduction campaign by placing new banners at almost 30 markets in major Vietnamese cities such as Hanoi, … Continue reading

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ENV continues Wildlife Trade Exhibits in Hanoi

Education for Nature-Vietnam, a partner of the USAID-funded Asia’s Regional Response to Endangered Species Trafficking Program (ARREST), continued to survey the public through it’s exhibitions and surveys. On August 13, ENV staff held the exhibition at Hanoi’s Cau Giay Park. … Continue reading

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Vietnam Government’s Youth Brass Join Campaign to Reduce Wildlife Consumption

In the lead up to International Biodiversity Day on May 22, The Vietnamese government took steps to engage youth not only to address the problem of wildlife consumption in Vietnam, but also encourage future generations to realize the importance of … Continue reading

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Vietnam Hosts First National Wildlife Heroes Awards

ARREST partner, Education for Nature Vietnam (ENV), hosted Vietnam’s first national awards to honor five excellent individuals for their outstanding contributions to wildlife protection. The Outstanding Service in Wildlife Protection Awards ceremony recognized three law enforcement officials and two journalists … Continue reading

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Vietnamese Bear Farmers Receive Colorful Warning

USAID funded ARREST program partner ENV (Education for Nature-Vietnam) sent out 547 colorful postcards to bear farmers throughout Vietnam warning them of the penalties for illegally exploiting captive bears. The postcard, which was illustrated by a child, depicts farmers being … Continue reading

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Vietnamese Youth Debate about Wildlife Trafficking. December 2012

More than 70 university students and recent graduates joined a screening of National Geographic’s “Crimes Against Nature: Tiger Trackdown” wildlife crime documentary film and discussion forum at the American Center in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. The film features a … Continue reading

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