News: Animals in the wild
June 06 2017
Five sea warriors - women from different corners of the globe are leading our work to tackle the problem of ghost gear in our oceans.
June 06 2017
The Netherlands, New Zealand, Belgium, Panama, The Dominican Republic, Samoa, Tonga, Sweden, Tuvalu and Palau join the Global Ghost Gear Initiative to make the ocean safer for sea animals
June 02 2017
Lost and discarded fishing nets bigger than football fields lurking in our oceans pose a deadly threat to marine life
May 23 2017
On the eve of World Turtle Day, the world’s largest travel website - TripAdvisor - has removed the sale of tickets to the Cayman Turtle Centre, where over 5,000 endangered sea turtles live in horrific conditions.
May 03 2017
We're asking Elizabeth Hurley not to ride elephants, as it is one of the world’s cruelest forms of wildlife entertainment.
April 27 2017
Lost or abandoned fishing gear, or ‘ghost gear’, kills hundreds of thousands of marine animals annually. The Global Ghost Gear Initiative (GGGI) invites the public and industry to feed back on its new guidance to protect animals from this most harmful form of marine litter
April 26 2017
Countries that keep captive bears for traditional medicine must follow this positive example to end the captive breeding of bears for their bile
April 25 2017
We’re campaigning for Carnival Cruise Lines to stop sending tourists to Cayman Turtle Centre. It is the only attraction in the world farming endangered sea turtles for tourist entertainment and human consumption
April 24 2017
Our petition urging Thailand’s Department of National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation (DNP) to put a stop to a ‘new Tiger Temple’ tourist venue, has been handed to officials. We’re grateful to the thousands of supporters joining us to help protect tigers.
April 05 2017
Pressure is growing for countries to reduce marine litter and meet United Nations commitments. The Global Ghost Gear Initiative (GGGI) we lead is taking on a key role to help countries find practical solutions.