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OUR GLOBAL GOALS

WE NEED TO LOOK AT THE UNDERLYING DRIVERS...
We need to look at the underlying drivers of
biodiversity loss and seek more holistic solutions
to give wildlife a stable future. Our work on wildlife
crime is a good example: our Zero Poaching
approach, which takes in everything from the smart
use of technology and increasing frontline capacity
to working with communities and the judiciary,
has been successfully deployed in Nepal and is
now being rolled out across Asia and Africa.
At the other end of the chain, the ban on ivory
sales in China by the end of this year is a gamechanger, assuming it is rigorously enforced.
We'll continue our work in China and neighbouring
countries, engaging and mobilizing consumers to
support the closure of all markets for ivory and
other illegal wildlife products.
Our new global goal to protect and restore at least
30 per cent of land and sea will also support our
efforts. As part of the TX2 initiative to double tiger
numbers, for example, we've identified sites for 50
new 'tiger heartlands' covering 16 million hectares.
By ensuring the effective management of these
heartlands, we will not only accelerate the tiger's
recovery but also secure the future of other species
and the people whose livelihoods depend on these
vast natural habitats. In 2017, the government
of Kazakhstan announced a WWF-backed tiger
reintroduction programme, including the protection
of 500,000 hectares of forest and wetlands.
Right: Poached
ivory confiscated
by the Chinese
authorities.

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