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Celebrating Myanmar journalists who give wildlife a voice

Yangon, Myanmar, 4th March 2015—Writing on elephant poaching, rampant sale of endangered species and the demand for exotic wild meat delicacies has won five Myanmar journalists awards in a competition to raise awareness on wildlife trade in the country.

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TRAFFIC’s e-commerce monitoring reveals shifting illegal wildlife trade market in China

Beijing, China, 3rd March 2015—Transactions for illegal wildlife products, particularly ivory, are shifting away from online retailers and onto social media platforms according to TRAFFIC’s research into the Chinese-language online retail community.

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Collaborative Partnership on Wildlife (CPW) launches bushmeat sourcebook

Rome, Italy, 3rd March 2015—the Collaborative Partnership on Sustainable Wildlife Management (CPW), of which TRAFFIC is a member, today launched the Bushmeat Sourcebook, an online resource, on the occasion of the second World Wildlife Day.

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Community-led solutions: key force in tackling wildlife crime

Muldersdrift, South Africa, 2nd March 2015—On the eve of World Wildlife Day (March 3) a set of recommendations on engaging communities in combating the illegal wildlife trade (IWT) at the source has been issued by a group of more than 70 researchers, community representatives, government officials, UN agencies and NGOs from five continents.

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Symposium examines innovative approaches to tackling wildlife crime

Muldersdrift, South Africa, 26th February 2015—Ground-breaking community-led approaches to combating wildlife crime around the world will be shared at an international symposium taking place in Muldersdrift near Johannesburg from 26-28th February, attended by researchers, community groups, government officials, UN agencies and NGOs.

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