Posts Tagged ‘ wildlife trade ’

Disrupting wildlife cybercrime in Europe and Russia – new report uncovers the scale of online wildlife trade

24. Mai 2018

Tania McCrea-Steele May 24 2018 You could be forgiven for thinking that wildlife crime is something that only affects animals and people in Africa and Asia, but the reality is that it is a global problem. The internet provides customers and wildlife traffickers access to a vast marketplace, one that is open 24 hours...
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China closes ivory trade

3. Januar 2018

Grace Ge Gabriel Jan 3 2018 To stop the slaughter of elephants, we have to break every link on the trade chain—from poaching to trafficking to demand. At the close of the year on 31 December 2017, China’s legal domestic ivory trade officially and historically came to a close. 100 percent of the country’s...
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China closes ivory trade

3. Januar 2018

Grace Ge Gabriel Jan 3 2018 To stop the slaughter of elephants, we have to break every link on the trade chain—from poaching to trafficking to demand. At the close of the year on 31 December 2017, China’s legal domestic ivory trade officially and historically came to a close. 100 percent of the country’s...
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China closes ivory trade

3. Januar 2018

Grace Ge Gabriel Jan 3 2018 To stop the slaughter of elephants, we have to break every link on the trade chain—from poaching to trafficking to demand. At the close of the year on 31 December 2017, China’s legal domestic ivory trade officially and historically came to a close. 100 percent of the country’s...
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UK moves forward on a total ivory ban!

6. Oktober 2017
UK moves forward on a total ivory ban!

David Cowdrey Oct 6 2017 Hearing today that the UK government is launching a consultation to ban ivory is brilliant news. read more
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UK moves forward on a total ivory ban!

6. Oktober 2017
UK moves forward on a total ivory ban!

David Cowdrey Oct 6 2017 Hearing today that the UK government is launching a consultation to ban ivory is brilliant news. read more
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CITES-listed species seized in Moscow

13. September 2017

Elena Zharkova Sep 13 2017 While attending a recent conference hosted by the Moscow State Institute of International Relations I had the opportunity to chat with Mr. Marat Murtuzaliev, the Head of the Domodedovo Customs Office who said: “15-20 years ago, animals of CITES-listed species were brought in the country by occasional smugglers earning...
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Kasungu National Park’s wildlife is recovering after 25 years of poaching

6. September 2017

Deanne Gibbs Sep 6 2017 The increase in scale and nature of the illegal wildlife trade combined with Malawi’s previously undeveloped and ineffective law enforcement efforts has had a devastating effect on the nation’s wildlife. Kasungu National Park, Malawi’s oldest protected area was once a thriving ecosystem with an abundance of wildlife. Rhino and...
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Portugal bans online trade in wild animals

30. August 2017
Portugal bans online trade in wild animals

Tania McCrea-Steele Aug 30 2017
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Six illegal wildlife smuggling photos that show the grim reality of this crime

25. August 2017

Tracy Bain Aug 28 2017 read more
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Map highlights Europe’s role in the global ivory trade

23. August 2017
Map highlights Europe’s role in the global ivory trade

Eleonora Panella Aug 24 2017 In July of this year, IFAW launched a campaign aimed at closing all European domestic ivory markets. read more
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Endangered falcons released back to the Russian wild

22. August 2017

Dr. Maria (Masha) N. Vorontsova Aug 22 2017 read more
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