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Tuesday
May092017

After two years >10,000 businesspeople reached with socially responsible business practice messaging in Viet Nam

Quang Ninh, Viet Nam, May 2017—Since June 2015, more than 10,000 businesspeople across 45 Vietnamese cities and provinces have gained the tools and methods to adopt corporate social responsibility (CSR) policies that incorporate wildlife protection.

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Monday
May082017

Wildlife trade on the Asian-African Legal Consultative (AALCO) agenda

Nairobi, Kenya, May 2017—Wildlife trade was on the agenda during the 56th Annual Session of the Asian-African Legal Consultative Organization (AALCO) held last week in Nairobi.

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Friday
May052017

FairWild and Pukka Herbs spread the Love of sustainability at #EarthOptimism

Cambridge, UK, April 2017–On Saturday, 22nd April, leading conservationists, international NGOs and members of the public gathered at the David Attenborough building to celebrate this year’s Earth Day during an “Earth Optimism” event.

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Thursday
May042017

Use of AFRICA-TWIX promoted in Republic of Congo and DRC

Kintélé, Republic of Congo, April 2017–more than 50 representatives from local wildlife law enforcement agencies and international conservation NGOs attended a workshop promoting the use of the Africa Trade in Wildlife Information EXchange (AFRICA-TWIX) platform: an online collaborative tool developed to facilitate the exchange of information and promote co-operation between law enforcement officers in Central Africa.

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Tuesday
May022017

Wildlife crime, CITES CoP17, Malagasy Rosewood and more – in the latest TRAFFIC Bulletin

Cambridge, UK, 2nd May 2017—The first issue of the 29th volume of the TRAFFIC Bulletin is published today, featuring topical analyses and reports on global wildlife trade issues. This flagship journal is the only publication exclusively devoted to wildlife trade and covers frontline updates on the latest associated regulations, investigations and seizures from leading conservationists and academics.

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Friday
Apr282017

African workshops promote wildlife conservation to local Chinese nationals

Libreville, Gabon and Douala, Cameroon, April 2017—workshops aimed at raising wildlife conservation awareness amongst Chinese nationals working in Africa were held this week as part of a co-operative effort by Chinese and African governments to reduce trafficking of ivory, rhino horn and other threatened wildlife.

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Tuesday
Apr252017

Zambia announces indefinite ban on “In Transit” timber

Zambia, 20th April 2017—In an encouraging move for East African forestry management and timber trade, the Zambian government has announced a ban on all “In Transit” timber within the country. The declaration, passed today, takes place effective immediately until further notice.

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Friday
Apr212017

More than a third of traders openly flouting Hong Kong’s ivory regulations

Hong Kong, 21st April 2017—Surveys by TRAFFIC of Hong Kong’s ivory markets found traders at 27 out of 76 licensed ivory outlets (36%) encouraging buyers to smuggle ivory out of the city without the appropriate export permits.

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