The members, participating organizations, and representatives of civil society organizations and community-based organizations, Indigenous People’s networks, and membership organizations of the Civil Society Organizations Forum on Social Forestry in ASEAN, or CSO Forum, have come together for our 9th Annual…
On 1st November 2022, PanNature joint with more than 230 civil society organisations from 62 countries to send a statement to the world leaders attending the United Nation’s COP 27 climate summit in Egypt to urge that human rights and the environment must be protected in the scramble to extract minerals used in clean energy technologies.
PanNature's representative attended the workshop “Roles of Non-Governmental Organizations (NGO) in behavior change efforts against consumption of wild animal meat to prevent the risks of zoonotic diseases outspread” to share PanNature's communication activities and strategies on awareness raising and behavior change to protect wildlife.
The Covid 19 pandemic has been upended the world for the last two years, causing dramatic losses of human lives and social and economic disruption. Along with immeasurable losses, the pandemic has also entailed socio-economic changes and humanity's perception of the world we are dwelling in. The virus that causes the Covid-19 pandemic is likely to originate from wild animals. Although this is not a firm conclusion up to this point, it is a deeper warning than ever about the human way of life, which exploits nature indiscriminately, causes ecosystems to deteriorate, and leads to irreversible damages.
NGOs like Pan Nature continue to be engaged in World Environment Day by planting trees in Van Ho Commune in Son La, where the population of Northern white-cheeked gibbon lives and the endangered rare Northern white-cheeked gibbon. This volunteer activity is part of a long-term plan to restore 630 hectares of forest and conserve the rare Gibbon species. “While we do not have any formal partnership with the National Youth Union, we do work with the local Youth Union through capacity building and other initiatives says executive director Trinh Le Nguyen.