United for Wildlife works to tackle illegal wildlife trade by bringing together conservation organisations, governments, and global corporations. The project is led by The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Sussex along with The Royal Foundation. United for Wildlife works to protect endangered species like elephants, rhinos, tigers and pangolins so they can share our world with future generations.
Richard Forson, President and CEO of Cargolux confirmed :
“We are proud to add this declaration to the number of steps that have been taken by Cargolux to fight the illegal trade of animals and animal parts. We are strongly committed to promoting and taking part in conservational and environmental efforts. As a key player, it is our job to set the standard for an ethical and sustainable industry”,
United for Wildlife transport taskforce
In 2014, The Duke of Cambridge announced the formation of the Transport taskforce. The objective being to engage the transport sector in identifying and developing relevant and targeted solutions to wildlife trafficking. The taskforce brought together transport stakeholders including airports, shipping companies and airlines with law enforcement and other agencies. Identifying and facilitating action led by the private sector. This has continued and as more and more transportation companies sign up to this important initiative the harder the trade in illegal wildlife becomes.