Organisations

Visit WWF Website
Known worldwide by its panda logo, WWF is the world's largest independent conservation organisation with over 4 million supporters and a global network active in some 100 countries. WWF's mission is to protect nature and the biological diversity that we all need to survive.
Visit Cites Website
CITES - The Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of wild Fauna and Flora
CITES began 1975 and now has a membership of 150 countries which act by banning commercial international trade in an agreed list of endangered species and by regulating and monitoring trade in others that might become endangered.
Visit WCMC Website
WCMC is an independent organisation and has become a principle source of global biodiversity information. The website provides information on endangered species and their status.
Visit IUCN website
IUCN, which began in 1948, is the world's largest conservation-related organisation. Its mission is to influence, encourage and assist societies throughout the world to conserve the integrity and diversity of nature.
Visit WCS website
The Society's International Conservation program oversees field conservation projects in over 50 countries involved in gathering information, training conservation professionals and protecting and managing wildlife.
Visit the ACAP website
ACAP - Asian Conservation Awareness Programme
ACAP is a multi media international campaign to reduce the demand for endangered wildlife products. Through education and information they encourage people worldwide to take action in support of the natural environment. ACAP's international Ambassador, Jackie Chan, says 'Please help me to protect the animals, remember, when the buying stops, the killing can too.
 

 





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