© Nicolas Axelrod / Ruom / WWF-Greater Mekong
Public awareness on illegal wildlife trafficking
Knowledge is power, and by sharing information about the issue of wildlife trafficking to as many people as possible, we engage more potential wildlife advocates to combat illegal wildlife trade in all professions and industries.

In particular, the youth are catalysts to creating a future free of wildlife crime.

What WWF is doing

To initiate a broad-scale education project on illegal wildlife trade, WWF is working to:

  • Develop illegal wildlife trade education resources for primary and secondary schools in Asia and make them publicly available
  • Host a teacher training workshop to increase the efficacy of illegal wildlife trade curriculum in schools in Hong Kong
  • Engage the public in reporting wildlife crimes