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Duke of Cambridge unveils declaration to end illegal wildlife trade

The Duke of Cambridge unveiled a new declaration to help combat the illegal wildlife trade at a meeting of global financial institutions ahead of the 2018 Illegal Wildlife Trade Conference this week in London. The so-called Mansion House Declaration, a part of United for Wildlife’s Financial Taskforce, contains “commitments to sharing resources and intelligence in a bid to disrupt the illegal…
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Duchess of Cambridge returns from maternity leave as she spends time with school children

After a five month maternity leave from giving birth to Prince Louis in April 2018, the Duchess of Cambridge is back to work. The Duchess visited Sayers Croft Trust Forest School and Wildlife Garden on Tuesday to learn about the effect that forest schools have on children’s mental health. The four and five year old students at St Augustine’s CE Primary School in Kilburn, London awaited…
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The Duchess of Cambridge is heading back to work

The Duchess of Cambridge will return to royal duties after her maternity leave next Tuesday when she visits Sayers Croft Forest School and Wildlife Garden at Paddington Recreation Ground in London. Per Kensington Palace, the School and Wildlife Garden aims to engage “children and the local community in the environment, providing outdoor facilities for those who may otherwise be unable to access…
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Prince William departs for working trip on specially branded aircraft

On Sunday, the Duke of Cambridge departed Heathrow Airport on a specially branded aircraft to undertake his trip to Namibia, Tanzania and Kenya. The British Airways A380 aircraft displayed the message #EndWildlifeCrime near the front the plane. Prince William posed in front of the plane with Head of Conservation Programmes for United for Wildlife Naomi Doak, Senior First Officer Holly Tucker…
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