News: Animals in the wild
08 June 2017
Five sea warriors - women from different corners of the globe work are leading our work to tackle the problem of ghost gear in our oceans.
06 June 2017
New Zealand joined a small but growing group of governments giving sea animals a voice at the first ever UN Ocean Conference
12 May 2017
People love seeing animals when they are on holiday. But behind the elephant rides, tiger selfies and dolphin swims is a cruel reality
05 May 2017
Gilbert Sape (Head of Campaign, ‘Bears and Traditional Medicine’) leads our campaign to end the bear bile industry across Asia. His work is complex and challenging – but vital to put a stop to one of the worst examples of animal cruelty in the world.
04 May 2017
Countries that keep captive bears for traditional medicine must follow this positive example to end the captive breeding of bears for their bile
04 May 2017
Lost or abandoned fishing gear, or ‘ghost gear’, kills hundreds of thousands of marine animals annually. The Global Ghost Gear Initiative (GGGI) invites the public and industry to feed back on its new guidance to protect animals from this most harmful form of marine litter
31 March 2017
Japan confirmed it killed more than 333 minke whales during its summer hunting season in the Antarctic this year.
28 March 2017
Pressure is growing for countries to reduce marine pollution and meet their United Nations commitments. The Global Ghost Gear Initiative can help countries find practical solutions.
13 March 2017
Raja, a 10-month-old bear cub who arrived weak and underweight at our Balkasar partner sanctuary in Pakistan, on New Year’s Eve, is growing fast and settling in to his new life.
08 March 2017
The poor treatment and unacceptable welfare conditions of elephants used in the tourist industry will be a hot topic of conversation at the world’s largest travel trade fair, ITB Berlin this year.