Sabah Rhino has been declared an official project of the UN Decade of Biological DiversityOctober 8, 2016
The “Sabah Rhino Project” has been declared as an official project of the UN Decade of Biological Diversity. The Leibniz Institute for Zoo and Wildlife Research (IZW), Zoo Leipzig and dan pearlman have developed a media-oriented corporate design for the research project and implemented a worldwide communication campaign.
Sabah rhinoceroses are not only the smallest rhinos in the world, they are also among the rarest. The project was launched to rescue the last Sabah rhinoceroses in Borneo and works in the sense of a holistic approach to protect the remaining lowland rain forest – the habitat of the Sabah rhinoceros. What makes this projects particularly notable is that no money but creative services flow to support the project in marketing, communication and fundraising.
“This exemplary project is an important sign of the commitment to biodiversity. This effort has impressed the jurors and judges of the UN Decade Competition, ” says Svana Rogalla, UN Decade Youth Ambassador. The award for the UN Decade Project is part of the activities of the United Nations Decade of Biological Diversity, which was called by the United Nations for the period from 2011 to 2020. The aim of the International Decade is to halt the global decline in biodiversity. The award is intended to help and encourage people to participate.
The awarding will take place on October 8th 2016. Nicole Srock.Stanley, Founder and CEO dan pearlman Brand Architecture and Kieran Stanley, founder and CEO dan pearlman Experience Architecture together with the deputies of Leipzig Zoo and Leibniz-IZW receive the coveted award. We are very pleased and would like to thank all participating partners and the UN Decade.
More information about the UN Decade can be found here.
Click here for more information about the Sabah-Rhino project.