Your vote could save them

Elephants, rhinos, big cats, great apes and other iconic wildlife can’t speak for themselves. Raise your voice to protect them.


Valuable progress can’t be squandered

In Kenya, AWF helped improve conviction rates of wildlife crime from 44% in 2013 to more than 90% in 2017.

AWF protects 1.7 million hectares of wild lands in Africa to provide safe habitats for wildlife, conserve biodiversity, and safeguard against the harmful effects of climate change.

About 190,000 elephants — roughly 40% of all African elephants — are under AWF’s protection.


Trump is willing to let beloved species perish

Showing no regard for wildlife, he appointed developers, industry friends, and firearms executives to key posts. And he’s removed or marginalized scientists and conservationists through unprecedented administrative actions.


Set back #1

A swift exit from the Paris Climate Agreement

While campaigning, Trump called climate change a hoax. Then, on June 1, 2017, he pulled the U.S. out of the Paris Climate Agreement, abdicating America’s responsibility to fight climate change and protect endangered species.


Set back #2

A savage blow to the Endangered Species Act

Trump’s administration has proposed turning the ESA on its head. Changes would prioritize profits over wildlife and make it more difficult for threatened species to receive the critical protection they need to survive.


Set back #3

A Severe Cut to Conservation Budgets

The administration’s proposed budget not only slashed $1 million from the African Elephant Conservation Fund, but also severely decreased funding to fight wildlife trafficking, poaching, climate change, and habitat loss — all while increasing funding for unsustainable energy development activities like offshore oil drilling.


Your November 6 vote counts for wildlife

No matter how much they fight to survive, elephants, rhinos, lions, and other threatened species cannot speak up for themselves. Pledge to use your vote to protect wildlife, conserve habitats, and fight climate change to ensure a future for Africa’s iconic wildlife and lands. And if you don't reside in the U.S. you can still help by pledging to use your vote and voice to fight for wildlife.


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