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Tuesday
Nov152016

Regional workshop on moving “Beyond Enforcement” in combating Illegal Wildlife Trade in Southeast Asia

Ha Noi, Viet Nam, 15th November 2016—Conservationists will meet in Hanoi to participate in a regional workshop for Southeast Asia with a focus on the Lower Mekong Region.

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Friday
Nov112016

Viet Nam under scrutiny after remarkable sequence of ivory seizures

Ha Noi, Viet Nam, 11th November 2016—A staggering five significant ivory seizures in the weeks leading up to Viet Nam hosting a major intergovernmental event on illegal wildlife trade highlights ongoing concerns about the nation’s role in illicit wildlife trade.

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Wednesday
Nov092016

Madagascar joins International Tropical Timber Organization

Yokohama, Japan, 9th November 2016—The International Tropical Timber Organization’s (ITTO) fifty-second Council session began this week in Yokohama, during which Madagascar was welcomed as the 73rd member of ITTO.

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Tuesday
Nov082016

Fins follow the money: new study highlights need for better traceability and overview of shark trade

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Hong Kong, 8th November 2016—The shark fin trade in East Asia changes rapidly depending on where and how profits can be made, highlighting the needs for better traceability and a global overview of the markets according to a new TRAFFIC study published today.

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Wednesday
Nov022016

Creating zero-tolerance of illegal wildlife trade in Viet Nam’s transport and logistics sector

Hanoi, Viet Nam, 2nd November 2016—Over 25 Vietnamese transport and logistic companies will join efforts to prevent wildlife trafficking during a risk-management workshop held at Nikko Hotel today, organised by TRAFFIC, the Viet Nam Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI), and the Viet Nam Automobile Transportation Association (VATA).

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Tuesday
Nov012016

Powers of Persuasion, sustainable and legal timber trade, e-commerce, forensics and Straw-headed Bulbuls feature in TRAFFIC Bulletin

Cambridge, UK, 1st November 2016—A paper by TRAFFIC’s Gayle Burgess published today in the TRAFFIC Bulletin aims to answer the question of what it takes to change consumer behaviour.

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Saturday
Oct292016

Meeting helps boost cross-border enforcement co-operation between China and Vietnam

Guilin, China, October 2016—Chinese officials and their Vietnamese counterparts from enforcement agencies met at the end of October to boost cross-border efforts aimed at reducing wildlife crime.

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Friday
Oct282016

CITES trade data confirms shift towards supply from African pangolins

Petaling Jaya, Malaysia, 28th October 2016—A study that scrutinized 38-years’ worth of pangolin trade data reported to the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) has confirmed the widely supported perception of a dramatic switch from Asian to African pangolin species over time.

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