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Monday
Feb232015

Zoos in Australasia join TRAFFIC in the fight against illegal wildlife trade

Australia, February 2015—The World Association of Zoos and Aquaria (WAZA) has passed a resolution condemning illegal wildlife trade and committing their 300+ members to ensure legal, sustainable and ethical sourcing of animals in their care.

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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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Wednesday
Feb112015

Sustainable use of medicinal plant resources in Traditional Chinese Medicine examined

Beijing, China, 11th February 2015–The Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) industry was encouraged to establish green supply chains during a meeting of leading TCM representatives held last month in Beijing and jointly hosted by TRAFFIC and the China Medical Pharmaceutical Material Association (CMPMA).

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Wednesday
Feb112015

Combating the weakest links: targeting solutions in the transport sector

Bangkok, Thailand, 11th February 2015—A ground-breaking meeting bringing leading private sector companies moving goods across the globe together with wildlife trade experts has initiated a process to strengthen partnerships to eliminate the risk of facilitating wildlife trafficking.

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