About Wildlife Advocacy Project
of the Wildlife Advocacy Project is to advocate the conservation of the
nation's and world's biodiversity resources, protection of wildlife, and
curtailment of animal abuse and exploitation, by providing media, educational,
legal, technical, and other forms of support and advocacy to grassroots
activists. The Project has been created by the nationally-known public-interest
law firm, Meyer Glitzenstein &
Crystal, which represents dozens of non-profit conservation,
wildlife, and animal protection groups throughout the country.
- We are
a small, but effective, group of experienced advocates who seek to level
the playing field by infusing resources and broad-based support into
campaigns to protect wildlife, captive-held animals, and biodiversity.
We work independently and also in collaboration with other nonprofit
- We inform
and educate the public through the media, internet, and publications,
about significant issues and legal battles that need immediate attention
and support, and we monitor, generate, and disseminate media coverage
of important environmental and animal protection issues.
- We research, analyze, and write about controversial issues that the public needs to mobilize against to protect wildlife and other natural resources from further degradation and depletion.
- We help grassroots activists develop and implement legal, organizing, media,
and lobbying strategies to achieve their goals.