International Wildlife Day

Wildlife helps keep the delicate balance of nature in place. They play a crucial role in maintaining life, from bees pollinating flowers and birds spreading seeds to grazing mammals naturally fertilizing vegetation through their manure. Every single animal, no matter how small or seemingly insignificant, plays a part in the web of biodiversity that supports life on Earth.

As we commemorate International Wildlife Day today with the theme "Connecting People and Planet: Exploring Digital Innovation in Wildlife Conservation," let us reflect on the services that animals continue to provide our planet. 
Every year on 3 March, United Nations World Wildlife Day (WWD) is celebrated to honor wild animals and plants, recognizing their unique roles and contributions to people and the planet. We advocate for more robust policies that protect their safety and natural habitats.

Happy International Wildlife Day from the Climate Change Commission!