International Days Dedicated to Conservation


These days serve to highlight and promote awareness about various aspects of environmental conservation and protection.

Here’s a list of international days dedicated to conservation, wildlife, nature, environmental protection, and related categories:

  1. World Wetlands Day (February 2)
  2. World Wildlife Day (March 3)
  3. International Day of Forests (March 21)
  4. World Water Day (March 22)
  5. Earth Hour (last Saturday of March)
  6. International Mother Earth Day (April 22)
  7. Arbor Day (varies by country, often in April)
  8. International Day for Biological Diversity (May 22)
  9. World Environment Day (June 5)
  10. World Oceans Day (June 8)
  11. Coral Triangle Day (June 9)
  12. International Day of the Tropics (June 29)
  13. Plastic Bag Free Day (July 3)
  14. International Day for the Conservation of the Mangrove Ecosystem (July 26)
  15. World Nature Conservation Day (July 28)
  16. International Tiger Day (July 29)
  17. World Elephant Day (August 12)
  18. International Youth Day (August 12, often includes environmental themes)
  19. International Day of Clean Air for Blue Skies (September 7)
  20. International Day for the Preservation of the Ozone Layer (September 16)
  21. International Coastal Cleanup Day (third Saturday of September)
  22. World Car-Free Day (September 22)
  23. World Rhino Day (September 22)
  24. World Rivers Day (last Sunday of September)
  25. World Habitat Day (first Monday of October)
  26. World Animal Day (October 4)
  27. World Soil Day (December 5)
  28. International Mountain Day (December 11)

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