'Bring Peace to Vietnam's Bears' Exhibition

Bears are amongst the most endangered species in Vietnam. They are hunted for their meat, served in specialty restaurants, and captured live to exploit for their bile. If we don't act now, Vietnam's wild bears may soon become a species of the past.

In 2005 ENV held the 'Bring Peace to Vietnam's Bears' national poster competition. We received 96,000 entries expressing concerns and ideas from people of different ages, ethnicities and occupations around the country. Here a just a few of the beautiful artworks.

Please click on the images below to see as a slide presentation. If you like what you see you can purchase them as a postcard set just send us an email env@fpt.vn

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Videos by Education for Nature-Vietnam

ENV Videos

· Quyen on Channel NewsAsia

· End tiger trade - English Version

· Bear exhibition review

· ENV Bear PSA - 2006

· My Linh PSA

· Tam Biet, Turtle (English Version)

· Bear bile PSA, ENV - Ogilvy 2008

· Bear bile PSA, ENV 2008

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