Seven of the world’s most influential conservation organizations and the Royal Foundation of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry unite for wildlife

 

As part of his latest conservation initiative, The Duke of Cambridge brings together an unprecedented collaboration, ´named: "United for Wildlife", is a long-term commitment to tackle the global challenges to the world’s natural resources so they can be safeguarded for future generations

 

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  • United for Wildlife: The Duke of Cambridge brings conservation organisations together to tackle global wildlife crisis - London, UK, 12th September 2013

The Duke of Cambridge has brought together an unprecedented collaboration between seven of the world’s most influential conservation organizations and the Royal Foundation of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry. 

The partnership, named “United for Wildlife”, is a long-term commitment to tackle the global challenges to the world’s natural resources so they can be safeguarded for future generations. The Duke of Cambridge will be President of the collaboration- Read more…

 

  • Duke of Cambridge Pledges to Work for Conservation

Written by Bill Ginn - Bill Ginn is the chief conservation officer of The Nature Conservancy and leads both the Global Conservation Strategy Teams (Marine, Freshwater and Conservation Lands) and the place-based conservation arm of The Nature Conservancy — currently spanning 32 countries in Latin America, Africa, Asia and the Pacific as well as North America — and works to advance the organization’s most significant projects and strategies. Nearly every day, I’m reminded that we live in an age of unprecedented threats to our natural world. Read more…-  

  • The Duke of Cambridge and IUCN unite for wildlife

2 September 2013 | International news release - As part of his latest conservation initiative, The Duke of Cambridge brings together an unprecedented collaboration between the Royal Foundation of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry, and seven of the world’s most influential conservation organizations, including IUCN. The partnership, named ‘United for Wildlife’, is a long-term commitment to tackle global threats to the world’s natural resources, including illegal wildlife trade - Read more…

  

  • United for Wildlife – Duke of Cambridge announces exciting new conservation collaboration 

 

WWF-UK is very pleased to be part of a new collaboration that will aim to address some of the greatest conservation issues facing our planet. The collaboration, named “United for Wildlife”, is a long-term partnership between 7 conservation organisations, and is brought together by The Duke of Cambridge through his Foundation, The Royal Foundation of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry- Read more…

 

 

  • WWF Joins New Conservation Collaboration Led By Prince William

United for Wildlife will raise awareness of conservation crises

 

United for Wildlife : Through his Foundation, His Royal Highness The Duke of Cambridge has brought together an unprecedented collaboration between seven of the world's most influential conservation organisations and the Royal Foundation of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry. The partnership, named "United for Wildlife", is a long-term commitment to tackle the global challenges to the world’s natural resources so they can be safeguarded for future generationsRead more…

 

 

 

  • THE DUKE OF CAMBRIDGE EXPANDS HIS WORK

IN THE FIELD OF CONSERVATION - The Duke of Cambridge is currently involved in a number of initiatives to expand his work in the field of Conservation, particularly in respect of protecting endangered species and habitats. Through his Foundation, His Royal Highness has brought together an unprecedented collaboration between seven of the world’s most influential conservation organisations and the Royal Foundation of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry. The partnership, named “United for Wildlife”, is a long-term commitment to tackle the global challenges to the world’s natural resources so they can be safeguarded for future generations. The Duke will be President of the collaboration. Read more…

 

  • Duke of Cambridge and David Beckham join forces to fight illegal wildlife trade

The Duke of Cambridge has enlisted David Beckham in the fight against illegal wildlife products as he launched a new global conservation organisation. Read more…

 

 

  • United for Wildlife: The Duke of Cambridge brings conservation organisations together to tackle global wildlife crisis

Source: Humanitarian News, Sep 12 2013, 9:31am CDT - London, UK, 12th September 2013—The Duke of Cambridge has brought together an unprecedented collaboration between seven of the world’s most influential conservation organizations and the Royal Foundation of The Duke and Duchess ... Read more…

 

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WWF: (1)  http://worldwildlife.org/stories/wwf-joins-new-conservation-collaboration-led-by-prince-william (2)  TRAFFIC - http://www.traffic.org/home/2013/9/12/united-for-wildlife-the-duke-of-cambridge-brings-conservatio.html (3) WWF - http://worldwildlife.org/stories/wwf-joins-new-conservation-collaboration-led-by-prince-william

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