PHOTOGRAPHERS AGAINST WILDLIFE CRIME™
are an international group of award winning photographers that have joined forces to use their
powerful and iconic images to help bring
an end to the illegal wildlife trade
they will draw attention to this deadly subject
with a truly unique book to reduce THE DEMAND FOR WILDLIFE PRODUCTS AND TO CELEBRATE THE HEROES WHO PROTECT WILDLIFE AND FIGHT FOR OUR WILD SPACES
the group is aiming to release an edition in english
and in mandarin for distribution in china
english edition book launch
pre-order your book on this website from january 2018
or secure your copy through sending us a message
book cover photograph © Adrian Steirn
photographers against wildlife crime ™
ADRIAN STEIRN · BRENT STIRTON
BRIAN SKERRY · BRITTA JASCHINSKI
BRUNO D'AMICIS · CHARLIE HAMILTON JAMES
CHRIS PACKHAM · DANIEL BELTRÁ
Jim Brandenburg · JO-ANNE MCARTHUR
KARL AMMANN · KLAUS NIGGE
MICHAEL 'NICK' NICHOLS · NEIL ALDRIDGE
OLE J LIODDEN · OLLY & SUZI
PATRICK BROWN · PAUL HILTON · Steve winter
SUDHIR SHIVARAM · ZHENG XIAOQUN
EDITOR & WRITER KEITH WILSON
we take award winning photographs to PROTECT our planet. some of us risk OUR lives to document incomprehensible cruelty and ruthlessness
to inform the world.
we know that PHOTOGRAPHY IS A POWERFUL TOOL and that we can MAKE A DIFFERENCE.
you share our concern and
ARE worried about what the future holds. you want to end the demand for wildlife products to save species from extinction. you are frustrated and feel helpless. you want to join us in the fight
against WILDLIFE crime.
together WE WILL GET THE MESSAGE WHERE IT NEEDS TO BE HEARD: THE END CONSUMER.
WE will establish an effective dialogue with politicians responsible for environmental and wildlife policies.
we will connect with opinion shapers to spread the message.
RAISE FUNDS OVER
AND ABOVE THE BOOk
PUBLICATION COSTS FOR
the distribution of the Chinese edition to
help bring an END to
THE ILLEGAL WILDLIFE
TRADE IN OUR LIFETIME
changing consumer behaviour will
REDUCE THE GLOBAL CONSUMPTION OF
WILDLIFE PRODUCTS and