New Delhi, India, 6th May 2015—A digital media campaign on illegal trade in lesser-known non-charismatic wildlife species—including pangolins, owls and mongooses—that ended last month reached out to nearly 1.4 million individuals on Facebook, Twitter and Google.
TRAFFIC aims to ensure that trade in wild plants and animals is not a threat to the conservation of nature
Latest news from TRAFFIC
African leaders agree on co-ordinated response and action against illegal exploitation and illicit trade of wild flora and fauna in Africa
Cambridge, UK, 29th April 2015—Despite being illegal, the use of nocturnal slow lorises as a tourist souvenir photo prop has grown in recent years, finds a study published today in the latest issue of the TRAFFIC Bulletin, the world’s only peer-reviewed journal dedicated to studies of global wildlife trade.
Business community encouraged to protect wildlife by Viet Nam Chamber of Commerce and Industry and TRAFFIC
Hanoi, 24th April 2015 – To empower the business community in Viet Nam to lead the fight against illegal wildlife trade and consumption, the Viet Nam Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI), in collaboration with TRAFFIC, is equipping business leaders with the tools they need to become “champions” of wildlife protection through corporate social responsibility (CSR) training.
Hangzhou, Zhejiang, China, April 2015—a Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and Sustainability Forum for the Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) took place earlier this month in Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province.
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 23rd April 2015—Malaysia’s Tigers have a new champion in the Football Association of Malaysia (FAM) that is partnering conservation organisations in their fight to save wild tigers.
Cambridge, UK, 21st April 2015—An iconic building in the centre of Cambridge is being named the David Attenborough Building, in honour of Sir David’s pioneering work in bringing the wonders of our natural world to our screens.