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Friday
Feb102017

EU-Africa collaboration essential for effective implementation of anti-trafficking plan

Brussels, Belgium, 10th February 2017—TRAFFIC is urging the European Union (EU) and its Member States to maximise opportunities to support efforts by African countries to tackle poaching and illegal wildlife trade.

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Friday
Feb102017

Join FairWild and TRAFFIC at the world’s largest organic trade fair to celebrate responsible sourcing of wild plants

Nuremburg, Germany, 10th February 2017—BioFach, the world’s leading organic trade fair, begins next week and will attract customers, suppliers and manufacturers from across the organic sector to share knowledge and develop new initiatives on the sustainable use of nature’s resources.

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Thursday
Feb092017

New training guidelines could save the lives of rangers

9th February 2017—Over the past decade, more than 1,000 rangers have been killed on duty*, with 80 per cent killed by poachers and armed militia groups. This tragic loss of life underlines the need for well-trained and well-equipped anti-poaching rangers.

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Tuesday
Feb072017

Wildlife Connection: Raising awareness of wildlife crime in Southeast Asia

Petaling Jaya, Malaysia, 7th February 2016—the latest issue of Wildlife Connection, TRAFFIC’s newsletter aimed at raising awareness of wildlife crime in Southeast Asia has been launched.

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Wednesday
Feb012017

Europol and TRAFFIC join forces to fight environmental crime

The Hague, the Netherlands, 2nd February 2017—Europol Director Rob Wainwright met with Steven Broad, Executive Director of TRAFFIC, at Europol’s headquarters in The Hague today to discuss further co-operation in fighting environmental crime, following the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between the two parties in 2016.

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Friday
Jan272017

The World Zoo and Aquarium community makes generous contribution to help end wildlife trafficking 

Puebla, Mexico, October 2016 — during the 71st World Association of Zoos and Aquariums (WAZA) Annual Conference, attending representatives raised, in a matter of minutes, a total of USD78,000 to help support TRAFFIC’s global efforts to reduce wildlife trafficking.

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Thursday
Jan262017

New study finds gall bladder the main draw for Myanmar bear poachers 

Myanmar, 27th January 2017—Discussions with 40 bear poachers across Myanmar has revealed that they primarily illegally kill bears to supply the trade in gall bladders.

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Wednesday
Jan252017

New project to promote sustainable, legal and responsible timber trade in Viet Nam

Hanoi, Viet Nam, January 2017—the Viet Nam Administration of Forestry (VNFOREST), TRAFFIC, WWF-Vietnam and the Center for People and Forests (RECOFTC) have launched a joint project under the “Responsible Asia Forestry & Trade” (RAFT) Partnership to focus on sustainable forest management, supporting Viet Nam to strengthen its implementation of legal and responsible timber trade.

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