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International Agreements

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Forestry

Timber trade

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Fisheries

Fisheries regulation

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Iconic wildlife

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Regions

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Medicinal plants

Medicinal and aromatic plants

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Wildmeat

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Pets & fashion

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Latest news from TRAFFIC

 

Thursday
Jun232011

Sustainable sourcing sought for wild plant industry in Japan

in Japanese

Tokyo, Japan 24 June 2011—TRAFFIC has launched a new project to promote sustainable production and consumption of wild medicinal and aromatic plants traditionally used in Japan.

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Thursday
Jun162011

1.2 tonnes of bear paws sniffed out in Russia

Blagoveschensk, Russia, June 2011—A specially trained sniffer dog in the Russian city of Blagoveschensk, on the border with China, has led Customs Officers to a haul of more than 1000 Brown Bear paws in the back of an “empty” lorry.

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Thursday
Jun162011

Malagasy wildlife on sale in Thailand

in Thai l in Japanese

Bangkok, Thailand, 16th June 2011—Thailand’s pet dealers are supplying large numbers of Madagascar’s most threatened reptiles and amphibians to local and international markets, despite unanswered questions over the legality of the imports, a new TRAFFIC report has found.

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Tuesday
Jun142011

Customs Department gears up to fight wildlife crime in Maharashtra

Mumbai, India, 14th June 2011—A workshop organized by TRAFFIC India in association with the National Academy for Customs, Excise & Narcotics (NACEN), Western region, Bhandup (E), Mumbai on “Strengthening Wildlife Law Enforcement” in Mumbai, Maharashtra began today. Thirty officials from the Customs department and the Directorate of Revenue Intelligence of the western region are participating.

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Friday
Jun102011

Experts urge better regulation of ‘bushmeat’ trade

Nairobi, Kenya, 10th June 2011—A growing and lucrative illegal international commercial trade in the meat and other parts of wild mammals, birds and reptiles (‘bushmeat’) is causing widespread loss of biodiversity, imperilling the livelihoods of communities around the world, and destabilising fragile tropical forest ecosystems, leading to ‘empty forest syndrome’, concluded international experts who met this week in Nairobi, Kenya.

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Tuesday
Jun072011

Experts meet to find solutions to global “bushmeat crisis”

Nairobi, Kenya, 7th June 2011—This week 20 governments, representatives of indigenous and local communities, and experts of international conservation and development organizations from Africa, Asia, America and Europe are meeting in Nairobi to find solutions to what is widely regarded as one of the world’s greatest current biodiversity crisis—the over-exploitation of wild meat, also known as “bushmeat” for food.

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Tuesday
Jun072011

TIME magazine exposes plans for Chinese rhino ‘farming’

June 2011—the latest issue of TIME magazine reveals a secret plot in China to breed imported white rhinos commercially for their horns to be used in medicine—a scheme that would be in direct contravention of national and international laws, and which contradicts statements made in 2010 by Chinese officials at an international meeting and representatives of the traditional Chinese medicine industry.

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Thursday
Jun022011

Live crocodiles and turtles seized in airport baggage

Bangkok, Thailand, 2nd June 2011—Airport and Customs officials at Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi Airport have seized close to 500 live protected animals stuffed into four bags, among them hundreds of turtles, tortoises and seven Gharial crocodiles.

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