Event /  4 Mar 2024

United Nations World Wildlife Day 2024 - Connecting People and Planet: Exploring Digital Innovation in Wildlife Conservation

Livestream the United Nations WWD2024 Event on 4 March

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4 Mar 2024 - this event is in the past.

Livestream the United Nations WWD2024 Event 

The high-level event for UN World Wildlife Day 2024 will take place on 4 March 2024. It will feature statements from high-level speakers and segments hosted by WWD partners. There will be multimedia performances and presentations to highlight the latest and most impactful conservation technologies of today. Experts from around the world will share their experiences and ideas for bridging gaps in sustainable digital innovation for wildlife conservation.

While WWD2024 will be celebrated on 3 March 2024, the United Nations (high-level) event will take place on 4 March 2024 at the United Nations Headquarters in New York, NY, United States of America and will be livestreamed on United Nations WebTV. If you're interested in attending in-person, reach out to Alex Rood ([email protected]) by February 20.

More information coming soon! Watch last year's UN event here.

Theme: “Connecting People and Planet: Exploring Digital Innovation in Wildlife Conservation” 

For World Wildlife Day 2024, we are exploring digital innovation and highlighting how digital conservation technologies and services can drive wildlife conservation, sustainable and legal wildlife trade and human-wildlife coexistence, now and for future generations in an increasingly connected world. 

World Wildlife Day 2024 is a platform for intergenerational exchange and youth empowerment through art, presentations and conversations on the opportunities ahead for our shared sustainable future in digital wildlife conservation. WWD2024 offers a jumping off point for exploring what digital innovations are available now, what intersectional discrepancies we are facing and how we want our digital connectivity to evolve for all people and planet.  

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