Build Back Better for Animals
There is no better time to work together to build a fairer and more resilient society that is kinder to animals and the planet. Join ANIMONDIAL in its global commitment to support the resurgence of the travel and tourism sector and ‘Build Back Better for Animals’.
Animals are a popular part of many holiday experiences: from the viewing of wildlife in the wild, to visiting captive animal facilities, to animals that carry people or loads, as well as those involved in cultural practices.
Managed well, tourism can influence the protection of animals and nature, but without safeguards in place, it can result in poor welfare of animals, threaten their survival, and place people, business, and destination reputation at risk.
ANIMONDIAL is the leading global tourism consultancy specialising in responsible animal tourism. Work with us to build back better for animals!
HOW TO DO IT:
Maximise your positive impact
Adopt measures to protect the welfare and survival of animals involved in your operations and supply chain with ANIMONDIAL’s product procurement and auditing support services.
Build resilience against public health risk
Work together to bring about environmental sustainability and prevent disease transfer between animals and people.
Combat illegal wildlife trade
Ensure an end to the unsustainable trade that threatens the survival of thousands of ‘endangered’ animal and plant species, each integral to the good health of the natural environment.
Benefit from a carefully selected portfolio of animal protection projects and alternative experiences to enhance your product offerings.
Bring back trust in travel
Our vision is for a world where tourism is kind to animals. Join us today!
Fulfil the UN Sustainable Development Goals
Businesses participating in ANIMONDIAL’s Build Back Better for Animals initiative will meet the requirements of the following UN Sustainable Development Goals. The Sustainable Development Goals are the blueprint to achieve a better and more sustainable future for all. They address the global challenges we face, including those related to poverty, inequality, climate change, environmental degradation, peace and justice.