Archives for November 2016

Thai Legislation Failing to Protect Non-native Apes

28 November 2016 | TRAFFIC International News Release

Bangkok, Thailand, 28th November 2016–Two new reports have raised concerns over the numbers and sources of [Continue Reading…]

Conservationist’s Plan to Save Jaguars

27 November 2016 | Wildlife Conservation Society News Release

NEW YORK — The (WCS) Wildlife Conservation Society reports the publication of a plan to help guide multi-[Continue Reading…]

Hackers Help Fight Illegal Wildlife Trafficking

26 November 2016 | Wildlife Conservation Society News Release

NEW YORKThe Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) and SMART Partnership announced that it will hold a hackathon [Continue Reading…]

Indonesia to Netherlands Wildlife Trade Discrepancies

25 November 2016 | TRAFFIC International News Release

Netherlands, 21st November 2016—There’s a thriving trade in live wildlife between the Netherlands and Indonesia, says a new [Continue Reading…]

Hong Kong’s Ecological Hotspots Need Protection

15 November 2016 | World Wildlife Fund-Hong Kong News Release

A new WWF Marine Ecological Hotspot Map published today reveals that only five of the 31 (16 per cent) identified ecological [Continue Reading…]

Wildlife Conference Hailed as ‘Game Changer’

14 November 2016 | Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora News Release

Following two weeks of marathon negotiations, world governments today [Continue Reading…]

Hanoi Workshop on Combating Illegal Wildlife Trade

14 November 2016 | TRAFFIC International News Release

Ha Noi, Viet Nam—Conservationists will meet in Hanoi to participate in a regional workshop for Southeast Asia with a focus [Continue Reading…]

Calls for Conservation to Collaborate with Palm Oil Industry

13 November 2016 | United Nations Environment Programme News Release

8 November 2016 – The conservation community should collaborate more closely than ever with oil palm developers [Continue Reading…]

Viet Nam Under Scrutiny After Ivory Seizures

11 November 2016 | TRAFFIC International News Release

Ha Noi, Viet Nam — A staggering five significant ivory seizures in the weeks leading up to Viet Nam hosting a major [Continue Reading…]

Oregon Passes Anti-wildlife trafficking Measure

9 November 2016 | The Humane Society of the United States News Release

By an overwhelming majority of 70 to 30, Oregon voters issued a powerful statement for the protection of the world’s endangered [Continue Reading…]

Rats and Dogs to Protect Wildlife from Trafficking

9 November 2016 | U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service News Release

Rats are smart with a keen sense of smell, and one species — the African giant pouched rat — is being tested to see if it [Continue Reading…]

Shark Trade Overview Needed

08 November 2016 | TRAFFIC International News Release

Hong Kong, 8th November 2016—The shark fin trade in East Asia changes rapidly depending on where and how profits can [Continue Reading…]

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