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Actress Kate Hudson Hair Care for a Cause

Hairstylist David Babaii and actress Kate Hudson have combined their passion for nature and beauty to create DAVID BABAII FOR WILDAID, an innovative new brand of professional haircare products and styling tools, with a percentage of the revenue from the line to benefit the global wildlife conservation organization WildAid.

World Governments Reject Tiger Farming and Trade; A Victory for Wild Tigers, Coalition Says

Tigers should not be bred for trade in their parts, governments gathered here said today, approving a decision to strengthen conservation of wild tigers.

“This was a major victory for wild tigers, which could be quickly wiped out by poaching if there is a legal market anywhere,” said Uttara Mendiratta of Wildlife Protection Society of India, on behalf of the 35 member organizations of the International Tiger Coalition.

Actor Advocates Animal Rights in Toronto

It's not unusual for animal-rights activists to visit the Ontario legislature, but yesterday's famous speaker had no problem attracting attention.

Actor and activist Bo Derek ignited some excitement at Queen's Park during a visit to speak about endangered and trafficked species and to promote the website Wildaid.org.

Politicians greeted Derek in the legislature and journalists rushed to an impromptu question-and-answer session with the former Playboy cover girl.

The 50-year-old actor, famed for her role in the movie 10, spoke about the illegal trade of animal parts.

Actress Bo Derek to join Mayor David Miller to make announcement on combating illegal trade in wildlife

Media representatives are advised that notedactress Bo Derek will join Toronto Mayor in making an announcement to combatthe illegal trade in wildlife. The announcement is being made against the backdrop of the Convention onthe International Trade in Endangered Species meetings in the Netherlands and will launch WildAid's (www.wildaid.org) Active Conservation Awareness Programin Canada.

Event: Launch of WildAid's ACAP program

Date: Tuesday, June 5, 2007 Time: 1:00 p.m. Local Time

Groups Release TV Spot Urging Nations to Reject Reopening of China Tiger Trade

In advance of the world's largest wildlife trade meeting next week, 35 organisations have launched a powerful, 4-minute television spot urging China to keep its ban on tiger trade.

One of the UK's leading actors, Martin Jarvis, lent his voice to the spot, which details the consequences that reopening legal trade would have on wild tigers. The public service announcement can be viewed at http://www.endtigertrade.org.

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