Secretariat of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) Secretary-General John Scanlon told Xinhua on Friday that China's crackdown on illegal ivory trading has sent an unequivocal message both ... Individual.com, 18 hours ago
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African Heads of State, experts and policymakers, gathered for the International Conference on Illegal Trade in Wild Fauna and Flora in Africa from April 27-30 in Brazzaville, Congo, stressed the urgent need to coordinate efforts in the fight ...Tralac, 2 weeks ago Africa begins Journey to Combat Illegal Trade in Wild Fauna and Flora BirdLife International, 2 weeks ago African Union develops strategy to tackle illegal wildlife trade ICTSD, 4 days ago Illegal Wildlife Trade Conference Calls for Africa-wide Strategy Biodiversity Policy & Practice, 3 weeks ago
evin Wafula 17 countries, 12 of who are in Africa have been urged by the International Trade in Endangered Species of Wildlife and Flora (CITES) to strengthen their legal frameworks to combat illegal trade in wildlife. According to the ...Africa Science News, 3 weeks ago CITES and UNEP Support Strengthening of Wildlife Laws Biodiversity Policy & Practice, 3 weeks ago
International Consortium on Combating Wildlife Crime (ICCWC) high-level side event on "Wildlife and Forest Crime: A Serious Crime"
Poaching and illicit trafficking of wild fauna and flora have a significant impact on species and entire ecosystems, local communities and their livelihoods, national economies, and national and regional security. On 13 April 2015, the United ...World Customs Organization, 1 month ago Wildlife and forest crime: a serious crime China.org.cn, 1 month ago Calls for wildlife and forest crime to be treated as serious crime United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, 1 month ago - Countries must treat wildlife and forest crimes as serious criminal offences Cihan Haber, 1 month ago
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Many wild species are washed ashore and left unattended, leading to miserable deaths City beaches have been getting a growing number of marine animal carcasses swept across from the sea every day. According to the civic body, however, with news of their ...Asian Age, 1 month ago
Endangered spotted pond turtles were seized at Lahore Airport. One of the turtles released on Friday. photo: abid nawaz/express LAHORE: A small pond turtle is sold for $250. The consignment of 504 turtles caught at Allama Iqbal ...The Express Tribune, 1 month ago 171 turtles released in Head Balloki DAWN Group, 1 month ago West Sumatra seeks to end turtle egg trade Jakarta Post, 1 month ago
Ivory from forest elephants is harder than the ivory that comes from savanna elephants and is in high demand in Japan, where the "hard ivory" is used to make hanko name seals and other ivory products. Photo credit: Martin Harvey African Wildlife ...Noodls, 4 weeks ago Editorial: Save endangered species, ban ivory sales Individual.com, 1 month ago WildAid to Hong Kong: Stop Ivory Imports that Fuel Poaching WildAid, 1 month ago Ivory Is Worthless, Elephants Are Invaluable: Why Malawi's Ivory Is Not For Sale National Geographic, 4 weeks ago
International wildlife crime — including the illegal sale of fish, timber, plants, and wild animals used as pets, food, jewelry, ornaments, furniture, leather, medicine, and more-threatens species, promotes corruption, organized crime and disease, ...AAAS, 1 week ago Green Scorpions will combat wildlife crime at airport Look Local, 1 month ago 20,000 African elephants slaughtered in 2013 New Europe, 1 month ago Environmental Affairs Deploys Green Scorpions At or Tambo International Airport AllAfrica.com, 1 month ago
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