When we lose wildlife anywhere, it is felt everywhere: Species loss in tropical forests can have adverse impacts on the health of the forest and even global climate.
Camera traps, or automatic cameras, responsible for taking these ‘animal selfies’ can help lead researchers to critical answers about various species, including those that are rare or endangered.
Take and share the pledge now. Don’t let these pictures be the only memories we have left.
I pledge to support the use of science and innovation to better understand how wildlife is adapting to climate change, deforestation, and other threats.
I pledge to support wildlife rangers who patrol our lands and protect the world’s most vulnerable species.
I pledge to never buy any illegal wildlife products (including live animals or products made of ivory, wildlife furs, rhino horn, etc.), as the death and sale of animals has been linked to organized crime networks and poses a threat to international security.
I pledge to support Conservation International and its ongoing efforts to work with local communities, businesses and governments to help stop wildlife crime.