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Exciting News: Our Founder Joins Global Initiative “End Wildlife Crime”!

Published on: June 26, 2024
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We are thrilled to share some fantastic news with you!

Our very own Founder and Chief Conservation Officer, Asli Han Gedik, has been appointed as a Technical Advisor for the global initiative “End Wildlife Crime”.

This exciting appointment shows Asli’s dedication, great knowledge, and hard work in wildlife conservation. Her new role with “End Wildlife Crime” will help us make a bigger difference worldwide, working with top experts to stop illegal wildlife trade and protect endangered species.

About “End WIldlife Crime”

“End Wildlife Crime” is a global and international level foundation dedicated to stopping illegal wildlife trade and protecting biodiversity. They work at the highest government level on various areas within the EU, other supranational organizations and legal systems. The organization fights against the exploitation and trafficking of animals and plants. They push for stronger national and international laws, stricter regulations, and harsher penalties for those involved in illegal trade. They also help law enforcement improve their skills and resources and promote international cooperation to combat poaching and trafficking effectively.

The initiative raises public awareness about the harm caused by wildlife crime to biodiversity, human health, and global security. They educate the public and stakeholders about wildlife conservation and its legal aspects. Additionally, they work with local communities to create sustainable jobs, reducing reliance on illegal wildlife trade and empowering them to join conservation efforts. They also support research to understand wildlife populations and track illegal trade trends to inform policies and enforcement strategies.

 

Why this is Amazing News:

As a Technical Advisor, Asli will bring her extensive knowledge and passion to a platform that influences international policies and enforcement practices. This collaboration represents a significant step forward in our mission to safeguard wildlife and preserve biodiversity. With Asli’s involvement, we are confident that we can drive substantial change and achieve greater success in our conservation efforts.

 

What This Means for Us:

We will now have an even stronger network of partners and resources to draw from, enhancing our ability to tackle wildlife crime effectively. Our voice in the global conservation community will be louder and more impactful, allowing us to advocate more powerfully for the protection of endangered species. This appointment will help raise awareness about the critical issues of wildlife crime and the urgent need for action.

At Wild at Life, we believe in the power of collective action and are committed to making a real difference. With Asli’s new role, we are more energized than ever to pursue our vision of a world where wildlife thrives in safe and healthy environments.

Thank you for your ongoing support and dedication to our cause. Together, we can make a significant impact and turn the tide against wildlife crime.

Thank you for your ongoing support and dedication to our cause. With your help and Asli’s new role, we are more determined than ever to protect wildlife and preserve our planet’s biodiversity. Stay tuned for more updates!

Together, we can make a significant impact and turn the tide against wildlife crime.

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