News: Animals in the wild
23 January 2018
We’re microchipping more bears in Vietnam, which will help end the awful practice of extracting bear bile for traditional medicine
15 January 2018
Our statement on the UK government's plan to address single use plastics
09 January 2018
We’ve been working with local school children in a popular destination in the Amazon, to highlight the importance of sustainable tourism for wildlife
03 January 2018
Thousands of you have been calling on supermarkets to help stop a silent crisis of animal suffering in our oceans. And already, we have great news! Waitrose is taking this issue seriously, and has committed to working with us and its suppliers to tackle it.
22 December 2017
Working with the Jane Goodall Institute of Nepal and Nepali police, we rescued two tortured sloth bears, Rangila and Sridevi, on Tuesday night (December 19). They’re now on their way to Parsa National Park in Nepal, where they’ll be free from suffering
15 December 2017
Following our successes towards ending the inhumane use of bear bile in South Korea and Vietnam, we are starting work with local partners in Myanmar to stop the development of the trade and help protect the Asiatic black bear and the Sun bear from physical and psychological suffering.
14 December 2017
We know boats fishing illegally often lose or dump nets and other equipment – and it’s killing sea animals. Now it’s time for the world’s navies to become part of the solution
05 December 2017
Our Wildlife Selfie Code campaign has successfully influenced one of the biggest social media sites to educate its users around the suffering wildlife selfies can cause to animals
28 November 2017
A film we made with fishermen and campaignfilm to highlight the impact of lost and abandoned fishing equipment (ghost gear) has won Highly Commended in the Reshaping the Economy category at the Global Sustainability Film Awards 2017.
26 November 2017
A new report we have part-funded has found that crimes against wildlife are going unpunished, as figures are not being properly recorded and assessed.