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Thursday
Feb262015

Urgent action needed to prevent the loss of Sambar in Peninsular Malaysia

Petaling Jaya, Malaysia, 26th February 2015—An alliance of conservation organizations in Malaysia is calling upon the government to uplist the Sambar to a Totally Protected species in Peninsular Malaysia, following a study carried out by leading conservationists into the species’s status.

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Wednesday
Feb252015

DRC creates new unit to fight wildlife crime

Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo, February 2015—Officials from wildlife and law enforcement ministries and agencies, magistrates, the private sector and civil society organizations met earlier this month to create a National Co-ordination Unit (NCU) to combat wildlife crime in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).

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Monday
Feb232015

FairWild in the limelight at world’s largest organic trade fair

February 2015, Nuremberg, Germany—More than 44,000 trade visitors from 136 countries travelled to Nuremberg, where FairWild was one of more than 2,000 exhibitors presenting their sustainability products and services at Biofach, the annual get-together for the organic trade industry.

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Monday
Feb232015

Thailand's drive against illegal ivory trade bolstered by forensic tools

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Bangkok, Thailand, 23rd February 2015—Ivory traffickers be warned: the Thai authorities have a powerful forensic tool in the country’s drive to detect ivory of illegal origin entering its markets and ensure domestic traders are complying with new laws.

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Friday
Feb132015

Human health benefits from protecting biodiversity highlighted in new CBD-WHO report

Montreal, Canada /Kolkata, India 13th February 2015—A ground-breaking report on biodiversity and health, launched today at the 14th World Congress on Public Health, in Kolkata, India, shows the significant contribution of biodiversity and ecosystem services to better human health.

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