2018 has been wild! (Okay, that’s one pun out of the way early, but it really has been)
Attending the conference as a representative of Y4WC was a fantastic experience.
Last month I was privileged to represent Y4WC during the IWT Conference in London.
As a PhD student at Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM), it was a very rare opportunity to be chosen to speak at a conference.
A lot of attention has been focused around the London event on the subject of the illegal wildlife trade…
I had never been to the UN, and know very little about the labyrinth that is international policy on wildlife conservation. It is because of this “outsider” point of view that I was asked to share my experience.
On World Wildlife Day 2018, together with the Global Landscapes Forum, Y4WC hosted a roundtable on the role of youth in big cat conservation.
Big cats were the focus of a Youth for Wildlife Conservation (Y4WC) and Global Landscapes Forum (GLF) digital summit.
Y4WC at the UN World Wildlife Day celebrations in New York city.
Mingyu is a Chinese PhD student at Peking University, majoring in Conservation Biology.
By Alfred Ole Mepukori.
Youth Engagement is on the agenda at the CITES 69th Standing Committee held in Geneva, Switzerland (27th November-1st December 2017)!
'Budding and perennial conservationists need to feel inspired and continue in the profession, not put off by pessimism.'
A core belief of Y4WC is that the world should ‘Listen to the young voices’
In December 2016, four members of Y4WC headed to Cancun’s United Nations Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) CoP13.
The time came for the big trip to Johannesburg, the most vibrant City of South Africa!
The courageous, gorgeous and dedicated youth delegates of IFAW's Youth Forum for People and Wildlife.
The launch of Youth For Wildlife Conservation, our founding article written by Adam Miller.