Media Release: 23 April 2020
Can a Basic Income Save Australian Native Forests And Wildlife?
Is it time to consider a basic income for farming and forestry communities to aid the transition to a more sustainable economy? Currently only 7.87% of land is set aside for nature conservation.
Media Release: 20 April 2020
1981 Submission To CITES Pointed Out Dangers In Legal Trade System
In 1981, the Australian Government made a submission to CITES CoP3 proposing a change to a reverse-listing model. All the problems predicted in the 1981 submission have occurred.
Media Release: 17 April 2020
The Legal Wildlife Trade – Hidden In Plain Sight
Why is the world shocked about China offering tax incentives to export wildlife to the world? An interesting question is: Why does China believe that this is valid trade option, believing its action would likely go unquestioned?
Media Release: 8 April 2020
Captive Breeding Facilities Supply Fashion, Food & Medicine
Taking a step back in the supply chain, the risks aren’t only “wet markets” they are also “legal captive breeding facilities”, that supply product to fashion, food and medicine etc.
Media Release: 2 April 2020
Expect More Pandemics If The World Is Unwilling To Fix The Legal Trade In Wildlife
Scientists knew that humans are vulnerable to zoonotic diseases as the line between us and exotic animals has been breached, with the growth of the legal trade of wildlife.
Media Release: 2 March 2020
It’s time to take a close look at the sustainable fashion strategy
Do companies take advantage of customers lack of awareness of what sustainability means to ‘greenwash’ their commitment to sustainable practices?
Media Release: 12 October 2019
Second Annual Global Tea Party For Wildlife
In 2018, Nature Needs More, inspired by the women who, over 100 years ago, invited their socialite friends to afternoon tea, in a bid to save many birds from extinction, launched an annual global tea party for wildlife.
Media release: 12 October 2019
Second, Annual World Games For Wildlife
After a successful launch in 2018, Nature Needs More is again inviting people around the world to join forces for our wildlife teammates.
Media Release: 10 October, 2019
eCITES BaseSolution Launches In Sri Lanka
Australian Conservation Charity invited to Sri Lanka for launch of CITES electronic permit system to tackle illegal wildlife trade.
Media Release: 18 July, 2019
Threes Steps To Modernise CITES
In the years that we have been taught to be agile and nimble, one trade system has languished in the 1970s, namely the legal trade in endangered species.
Media Release: 20 March, 2019
Two Australian Conservation NGOs Call For The Modernisation of CITES
Given the current extinction crisis, there needs to be significant focus on the legal trade in endangered species.