At the 68th session of the United Nations General Assembly, on 20 December 2013, 3rd March of each year was declared as International Wildlife Day. The reason for announcing third March as International Wildlife Day is the selection of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Flora and Fauna (CITIES). The motivation behind commending this day is to make mindfulness over the world for the protection of greenery. The Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species is a universal assertion between governments to guarantee that global exchange examples of wild creatures and plants do not risk their existence. This tradition came in to constrain in 1975 and 180 nations marked to guarantee the security of in excess of 35000 creatures and plants species from unsustainable utilization and illicit exchange.
The species secured by this tradition are isolated into three appendices as indicated by various degrees of assurance necessities. Permit system controls the exchange of these species. The program on the recovery of woodland assets has an expected expense of Rs 3.652 billion, though that on wildlife is Rs 1.065 billion.
The topic of last year International Wildlife Day was ‘Big cats: predators under threat’. This trademark speaks to all sort of huge felines including cheetah, jaguar, clouded panther, puma, snow leopard, lion, tiger and so forth. The subject is straightforwardly connected to some of the countries where wildlife is really in danger such as Pakistan, India, Nepal, Bhutan, Afghanistan, China, and the Central Asian States. The big cats in most of the countries are in danger of getting extinct and social events like international wildlife day are making efforts in spreading awareness regarding such issues.
You can easily create online polls and can know what other people think about preserving the wildlife of big cats. These cats are an important part of wildlife and people need to take these issues seriously to save them from getting extinct. In most of the areas, they have already become extinct and the remaining ones are just near extinction. This issue is a lot serious than what people might think about it. The slogan ‘Big cats: predators under threat’ hold great importance as it is not for just one nation or country, it is for most of the parts of the world where the wildlife of big cats is close to the end.
With the help of online polling, you can also spread awareness about this sensitive issue and can ask about the opinions of different people from all around the globe. Make sure to share the poll on every social media site because the greater the amount of the people carrying out the poll, the greater will be the impact of the awareness that you are spreading. So, this international wildlife day, make sure to play your role as a responsible citizen and save the wildlife by spreading awareness.