The World Wildlife Fund's (WFF) 'Living Planet Report 2018' concluded that wildlife vertebrate populations have declined by sixty percent since the 1970's - a pretty scary figure (https://www.worldwildlife.org/pages/living-planet-report-2018).
But, there is still time to save the remaining animal populations if we protect their land, help educate local and worldwide communities on the situation, increase conservation efforts and put a stop to poaching (https://www.worldwildlife.org/species/elephant).
Along with climate change, wildlife trafficking and poaching are playing a big part in the loss of animal species. As such, we've created an assorted pack of greeting cards surrounding this subject for a Christmas gift idea.
So, if you're taking part in a Secret Santa or would like to give a meaningful present to someone you care about for under £10, you might want to see our new assorted selection of beautifully original cards.
Drawn by me and primarily coloured in by my little one whilst learning about such vital subjects, these beautiful cards are made from recycled paper. And, with a donation of ten percent of profits made from the sale of these going to the Jane Goodall Institute UK - which is working to end wildlife trafficking - you'd be helping to make a difference this yuletide, whilst giving a charming gift.
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