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World Wildlife Day 2023

i+h | March 3, 2023

World Wildlife Day 2023

 What it means and how to participate


Taking place this year on March 3rd, World Wildlife Day is a day for celebrating all of the world’s wild plants and animals and the contributions they make to our lives and the well-being of the planet.


This year’s theme is Partnership. While this may mean different things to different people, that’s essentially the point! They aim to gain partnerships in the local, regional, national and international levels so that they can identify areas where work needs to be done at all levels in order to safeguard the future of species currently threatened with extinction and to secure a healthier planet for all as well as honouring those who are making a difference all over the world.



How to participate this year:

  • Donate or volunteer with a local or global conservation project

  • Explore national parks, botanical gardens, aquariums etc.

  • Learn and teach others about our world's plants and wild animals



 I+H Partnerships for conservation




Each bracelet:
  • pulls 1 lb (0.45 kg) of trash from the ocean
  • is made of 100% 4Ocean recovered plastic cord
  • is made with 95% post-consumer recycled glass beads
  • is made using 100% recycled stainless steel charms


Shop 4Ocean



We currently sponsor 3 koalas, helping to protect them against decimating populations, upscaling the capacity of wildlife hospitals for them and protecting and restoring their forest homes.


Read more about adopting koalas here.


Sea Shepherd

With each sale of our Whale Tail necklace, $5.00 is donated to Sea Shepherd who help defend, conserve and protect our ocean and its' wildlife.


National Geographic + Lokai

To help raise awareness of wildlife, we have included in our collections the Lokai National Geographic range. This collection was inspired by the wildlife photography of the National Geographic Photo Ark — a multiyear effort that aims to photograph every species living in the world’s zoos and wildlife sanctuaries, inspire action through education, and help protect wildlife by supporting on-the-ground conservation projects. 



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