WORLD WILDLIFE DAY
World Wildlife Day is regarded as the most important annual event dedicated to all life on our planet.
As a planet, we currently face the issue of overexploiting our marine species. Through global mass consumption, human impact has not only generated pollution and destroyed coastal habitats but causes irreversible damage.
World Wildlife Day creates opportunities to highlight the solutions we’ve built for a more sustainable future. It’s also our chance to focus on the accomplishments of countless individuals who devote their lives bringing our vision of a healthy planet to fruition.
HOW TO CELEBRATE
Visit https://wildlifeday.org/ to check out events happening in your area.
Volunteer at a local preserve or donate. Learn what changes can be made in your community to improve our earth.
Take a trip to your local zoo, nature preserve, botanical gardens or national park.
Share your love for all things wildlife with the hashtags #WorldWildlifeDay.
The United Nations General Assembly ratified World Wildlife Day on December 20th, 2013. Thailand initially proposed the day with the goal of raising awareness of the poor state of the world’s animals and vegetation.
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