World Wildlife Day
2021 Theme: Forests and livelihoods: sustaining people and planet
International Day of Forests
2021 Theme: Forest restoration: a path to recovery and well-being
World Wildlife Day (3 March) celebrates and raises awareness of the world’s wild animals and plants, and to shed light on the state of our planet’s forests and the preservation of the millions of livelihoods that depend directly on them. The Day also aims to discuss the threats these communities are facing and the
urgent need for everyone to take actions to help conserve wildlife and ensure its continued use is sustainable.
International Day of Forests (21 March) celebrates and raises awareness of the importance of forests. Their sustainable management and use of resources
are key to combating climate change, alleviating poverty and contributing to the prosperity and well-being of current and future generations. Countries are
encouraged to undertake local, national and international efforts to organize activities, such as tree planting campaigns.
Below are resources that Taylor & Francis would like to share in celebration of these Days, and will be available until 26 March.
FreeBook: Wildlife Conservation
Read from a curated selection of chapters of inter-disciplinary approaches to conservation, wildlife and the environment.
Sustainable Development Goals
Both Days aim to discuss establishing a sustainable model of interaction between humanity and one of its most important natural providers. This is
in line with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs),
including Goals 1, 2, 12, 13 and 15.
Visit Taylor & Francis' Sustainable Development Goals Online, a curated
library dedicated to the SDGs of various resources on the goals.
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