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Consumer behaviour change

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Convention on Biological Diversity

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Conservation awareness

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Enforcement

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Fisheries

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Forestry

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Herpetological

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Africa

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Americas

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Asia

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Australasia

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Europe

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Middle East

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Apes, Bears, Deer, Elephants, Leopards, Otters, Pangolins, Rhinos, Tigers

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Timber harvest & trade in South America & Europe

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Amazonia Viva!

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Cambridge Conservation

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Jan272012

CONSULTANCY OPPORTUNITY: Expert on Peruvian Amazon forestry issues sought

Call for tender—TRAFFIC South America invites applications from interested individuals for the development of a consultancy in two regions of the Peruvian Amazon: Ucayali and Madre de Dios, as a component of the project “Amazonia Viva” funded by the EC and co-executed with five other NGOs, to offer solutions to the problems associated with forest management and trade of timber.

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