Wildlife and people share the same spaces and resources: our futures are entwined. To guarantee human health and quality of life we must preserve a healthy biodiversity and the stable ecosystems that us — all living creatures — rely upon.
Human rights and democracy are pillars of nature conservation. Through the protection of our rich natural heritage, we safeguard basic human rights, including rights to life, health, food, livelihood, water, housing and culture. By engaging multiple sectors of society in nature conservation and listening to all concerned parties, we strengthen democratic participation.
Let’s stand up for these values, for wildlife and for people. Listen to the #VoicesOfNature!