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Maggie Q Joins WildAid’s “Say No” Campaign


Maggie Q is joining fellow WildAid Ambassadors Yao Ming, Li Bing Bing, and Jackie Chan for the “Say No” campaign urging consumers not to buy ivory and rhino horn products. The star of Nikita filmed several public service announcements in New York City yesterday for the campaign launched in April in partnership with WildAid, African Wildlife Foundation (AWF), and Save the Elephants.

Brunei Institutes Asia’s First Nationwide Shark Fin Ban

WildAid urges others in the region to follow as traders report declining demand


Demand for Gill Plates Threatens Manta Ray Tourism Dollars for Local Communities

New study focuses on conservation as revenue generator

WildAid Joins Prince Charles and Prince William in Call to Reduce Global Demand to Stop Illegal Wildlife Trade

#EndWildlifeCrime Conference focuses on “one of the most serious threats to wildlife ever”

HRH The Prince of Wales and HRH The Duke of Cambridge called today on the highest levels of government to form a global partnership to stop the illegal trade in wildlife – a trade that presents a grave threat not only to our natural world, but also to our global security. The conference took place earlier today in the St James’s Palace State Apartments, London.

China’s Leading Actress Joins Campaign Against Ivory and Rhino Horn Trade

China’s top actress and United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) Goodwill Ambassador, Li Bing Bing, is joining the world’s largest wildlife awareness campaign against the ivory and rhino horn trade in a series of public service announcements beginning with “War.” The screen star will appear in five live action spots currently being scheduled to air throughout China as part of the “Say No To Ivory and Rhino Horn” Campaign.