La coopération des ONG indispensable au Programme sur la criminalité de l’environnement d’INTERPOL

Tue, 10/23/2012
Récemment, des représentants d’INTERPOL et de plusieurs grandes ONG se sont réun

Récemment, des représentants d’INTERPOL et de plusieurs grandes ONG se sont réunis dans un esprit de coopération dans les bureaux d’IFAW à Washington, D.C.Des représentants d’organisations non gouvernementales établies à Washington se sont récemment réunis dans les

Pet Fund

Establish a Pet Fund in your pet's name.

Establish a Pet Fund in your pet's name.

Fri, 04/06/2012

Spotlight Dubai: wildlife awareness featured in UAE's 41st National Day celebrations

Wed, 12/05/2012
IFAW helps to educate participants at the 41st UAE national day

Ifaw was proud to participate in the 41st UAE National Day celebration.As a strategic partner with the Architectural Heritage Department Dubai Municipality, the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) was honoured to participate in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) celebrations of the 41st National day, December 2nd.

Republic of Korea praised for rejecting cruel whaling plans

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Wed, 12/05/2012
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Republic of Korea praised for rejecting cruel whaling plans

The Republic of Korea has abandoned its plans to resume whaling, following international outcry.

Tens of thousands of people around the world, many of them IFAW supporters, emailed the Korean government in protest after it announced its intention to begin so-called scientific whaling at July’s International Whaling Commission (IWC) meeting in Panama City, Panama.

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London, UK
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Südkorea gibt Walfangpläne auf

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Wed, 12/05/2012
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Nach internationalen Protesten gibt Korea seine Pläne mit dem „wissenschaftlichen Walfang“ zu beginnen, auf.

Die Frist für die Vorlegung des formellen Antrags bei der Internationalen Walfang Kommission (IWC) endete am 3. Dezember ohne jede Stellungnahme der koreanischen Regierung. Der IFAW (Internationaler Tierschutz-Fonds) erfuhr jetzt, dass Korea nun nicht letale Forschungsmethoden benutzen möchte. Wale müssen also für die Südkoreanische Walforschung nicht sterben.

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Hamburg
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Animal Action Award winners honoured in Sydney

Tue, 12/04/2012
Australia's 2012 IFAW Animal Action Award winners.

Australia's 2012 IFAW Animal Action Award winners.Our Sydney office recently had the pleasure of holding the International Fund for Animal Welfare Animal Action Awards for 2012, honouring 11 very special Australians in front of IFAW supporters and staff, their peers, families and friends at Customs House, Sydney.

The team gets out on the road, the Great Ocean Road that is

Tue, 12/04/2012
Photo: c M.Watson, DSE, 2010

Photo: southern right whales (mother and calf) at Logan’s Beach, Warrnambool. c. M.Watson, DSE, 2010 The Great Ocean Road in Victoria is a world famous tourist destination; renowned for its sweeping ocean views and abundant wildlife.

Thema’s helpen bij naamgeving kalfjes in Amboseli

Fri, 11/16/2012
What will these calves be named?

Het is een uitdaging om voor alle nieuwe olifantjes nieuwe namen te bedenken.Het einde van de babyboom is eindelijk in zicht.

Er zijn nog wel wat vrouwtjes zwanger die in de komende maanden moeten bevallen, maar kalfjes die na begin oktober worden geboren, worden niet meer tot de ‘babyboomers’ gerekend.

Where in the European Union is the Polar Bear?

Wed, 12/05/2012
US Fish and Wildlife Service is launching a new week-long campaign, “Follow the

US Fish and Wildlife Service is launching a new week-long campaign, “Follow the Polar Bear” to highlight USFWS Director, Dan Ashe’s, travels to Europe.Fish and Wildlife Service is launching a new week-long campaign, “Follow the Polar Bear” to highlight USFWS Director, Dan Ashe’s, trave

Disturbing Duke University report shows African lions need our help now more than ever

Tue, 12/04/2012
African lion at home in his natural habitat

African lion at home in his natural habitatThe king of the jungle is fighting for his life.

The African lion which once proudly roamed through the continent’s thriving savannahs has now fallen victim to numerous threats: habitat destruction and fragmentation, loss of traditional prey species, disease, conflict with humans, and unsustainable trophy hunting and trade in lion parts.