Os colaboradores são organizações, fundações, empresas, personalidades influentes e governos que se comprometeram a usar as suas esferas de influência para ajudar a ONU a combater o comércio ilegal da vida selvagem. Os colaboradores realizaram compromissos corporativos ou pessoais de fazer escolhas que não ameacem espécies, de educar e informar cidadãos, consolidar as suas políticas, desenvolver melhores práticas de negócio e ajudar as comunidades rurais a encontrar maneiras de usufruir dos seus preciosos recursos naturais.

Para tornar-se um colaborador, clique neste link para inscrever-se e Proteger a Vida Selvagem.

O Programa das Nações Unidas para o Meio Ambiente (PNUMA) gostaria de agradecer ao Reino da Noruega por seu apoio generoso, que tornou possivel a criação da campanha Wild for Life (Selvagem pela Vida), assim como Otto De Jager  e a cantora Thu Minh, pelo apoio à  criação do website em vietnamita. O PNUMA também gostaria de agradecer à República de Angola,  País Anfitrião do Dia Mundial do Meio Ambiente 2016,  por sua contribuição à conscientização mundial e pelo apoio aos esforços para impedir o comércio ilegal da fauna e flora selvagem.

Notícias dos nossos colaboradores

Sócios fundadores

“Comprometo-me a incentivar os principais líderes a acabar com o comércio ilegal da vida selvagem e ajudar a reforçar a ligação entre eles para que protejam as maravilhas naturais que temos em comum.” — Achim Steiner, Diretor Executivo da UNEP
PNUMA
“Comprometo-me a continuar a fazer tudo o que posso para apoiar os Membros do CITES a fazer o melhor uso possível desta extraordinária Convenção e a implementar os requisitos do CITES de maneira plena e eficaz. Ao fazê-lo, continuarei a trabalhar com uma ampla variedade de magníficos parceiros.” — John E. Scanlon, Secretário-Geral do CITES
CITES
“A vida selvagem sempre me inspirou e quero que a minha missão seja deixar um legado de um planeta saudável, com uma rica biodiversidade, para as gerações futuras. Também imagino um mundo onde as comunidades que convivem com esta vida selvagem possam prosperar e florescer, beneficiando da vida em harmonia com a natureza”. — Helen Clark, Gestora da UNDP
PNUD

Sociedade civil e instituições de caridade

For World Environment Day 2016, the U.S. Wildlife Trafficking Alliance pledges to build upon our public-private partnerships to reduce the supply and demand of illegal wildlife products in the United States across a variety of sectors, in collaboration with the UN Global Coalition.
USWTA (US Wildlife Trafficking Alliance)
Save the Elephants pledges to raise and deploy $7 million in the next two years through the Elephant Crisis Fund to fuel the coalition of organisations fighting the ivory crisis.
Save The Elephants
Freeland pledges to mitigate the poaching, trafficking and consumption of protected wildlife by reducing demand, strengthening enforcement capacity, supporting strong trans-national anti-trafficking cooperation and legislation, and encourage other livelihoods for communities in and around protected areas.
Freeland
The Great Apes Survival Partnership (GRASP) pledges to leverage the full energy and expertise of the 104 national governments, conservation organizations, research institutions, United Nations agencies and private companies that comprise this unique alliance towards ending the illegal trade in great apes and all endangered wildlife. GRASP will support law enforcement, counter corruption, and change behavior through dedicated programmes, and will insist on zero tolerance for any illegal activity regarding chimpanzees, gorillas, orangutans and bonobos. This ends now. GRASP commits to take this message to all relevant policy makers, government officials and key stakeholders to ensure that the illegal trade that has pushed so many iconic species to the brink of extinction goes no further. GRASP and its Ambassadors will aggressively support the United Nations’#WildlforLife campaign to ensure its ultimate success.
GRASP
Dvůr Králové Zoo will do its utmost to help to stop the illegal trade in wildlife and restore rhino populations in the wild. We will use our influence to make it clear that killing, buying, collecting, gift giving, trafficking, weak governance or turning a blind eye related to illegal wildlife trade are crimes that must end.
Dvůr Králové Zoo
As a capacity development organization, we pledge to continue our support to organizations around the world working on the front line of tacking the illegal trade in wildlife and the conservation of biodiversity. As an institution we pledge: • To support and promote the work of local and international organizations on the frontlines of stopping the illegal trade in wildlife by leveraging our social media presence and social networks. • To develop the capacity of our partners to use creative communications to combat the illegal trade in wildlife. • To encourage our staff and partners to recognize the environmental, social and economic cost of the illegal trade in wildlife on local communities.
PCI Media Impact
Through the Wildlife Crime Initiative, WWF will use our global network to catalyse greater national and international efforts to end wildlife crime. We will collaborate with a wide range of partners to boost initiatives to stop the global poaching crisis, target the international organized crime networks driving the illegal trade, and reduce the consumer demand that is fuelling it.
WWF International
TNC pledges to continue to combat the ivory poaching crisis by stepping up security, expanding community-run safe havens, educating consumers, cleaning up the online marketplace, supporting social media awareness campaigns, and more. #WildForLife #SaveElephants
The Nature Conservancy
TRAFFIC will use our decades’ worth of experience in monitoring and analysing illegal wildlife trade and collaborate with others to help address wildlife crime at every point along the trade chain: helping those protecting wildlife at source, those policing national borders, through to curtailing the underlying demand that fuels the trade. We will not stop until the international poaching crisis has been brought to an end.
Traffic

Parceiros da ONU, multilaterais e governamentais

“Enquanto secretário executivo da Convenção sobre Espécies Migratórias (CMS), comprometo-me pelo presente a trabalhar com os governos e todas as partes interessadas a acabar com o tráfico predatório e o comércio ilegal de tartarugas marinhas em todo o mundo. A minha primeira medida será juntar a minha voz à campanha das Nações Unidas #WildforLife para ajudar a sensibilizar a opinião pública para o assunto como um passo importante para enfrentar a procura.” — Dr. Bradnee Chambers, secretário executivo da Convenção sobre a Conservação das Espécies Migratórias da Fauna Selvagem (CMS)
CMS
The current crisis in illegal trade in wildlife is a reflection of how much more we all need to do to save our wildlife and our forests. The World Bank will continue to work with countries and partners to combat wildlife crime by providing financial and technical assistance for conservation and development projects. Being a member of the International Consortium to Combat Wildlife Crime (ICCWC) we are also strengthening governments in their law enforcement and anti-money laundering efforts. As a lead agency of the Global Wildlife Program, we are providing technical support and opportunities to exchange proven solutions among 19 countries in Asia and Africa”. –Claudia Sobrevila, Global Wildlife Program Manager
World Bank
“I pledge to support efforts to bring to an end the illegal wildlife trade that is eroding the global commons and robbing the livelihoods of local communities.” —Naoko Ishii, CEO
Global Environment Facility
Connect4Climate is committed to support UNEP’s mission, contributing to addressing the Illegal Trade in Wildlife. In particular, Connect4Climate will use its sphere of influence to support international cooperation and further strengthen political will to address illegal wildlife trade at the national level with a focus on how climate change can exacerbate the problem through affecting the traditional livelihoods of many.
Connect 4 Climate
Xinhua pledges to use our sphere of influence to help end the illegal wildlife trade through creating content, distributing messaging and lending resources to encourage more sustainable choices that do not threaten species and to reduce demand for illegal wildlife products.
Xinhua News Agency
The U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service pledges to address both the supply and demand that fuel ivory trade in the United States. We will close our domestic ivory market, cutting off the supply of illegal ivory. We will also reduce consumer demand for ivory products by educating consumers about the impact that ivory trade has on elephant populations.
U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service
Indonesia
UNICEF commits to Wild for Life because the wellbeing of the planet hinges on the positive engagement of young people to reject, not participate in, illegal trade. We commit to encouraging young people to raise awareness and take action for all people to end harm to wildlife and the environment
unicef