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Sunday
Dec012013

A Rapid Response Assessment: Elephants in the Dust: The African Elephant Crisis

Document(PDF 39MB) (2013) UNEP, CITES, IUCN, TRAFFIC.

This Rapid Response Assessment provides an overview of the current state of the African elephant alongside recommendations for action to ensure its protection.

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Wednesday
Nov202013

Into the deep: Implementing CITES measures for commercially-valuable sharks and manta rays

Document (PDF, 1.8 MB). Victoria Mundy-Taylor & Vicki Crook. (2013). TRAFFIC. This Report aims to compile and collate readily available information on: (i) the main Parties likely to be affected by the listings of shark species adopted at CITES CoP16 (Bangkok, Thailand in March 2013); (ii) international, regional and domestic regulations and measures that may be mutually supportive of, and complementary to, the listings; (iii) the main challenges expected in relation to implementation of the listings; and (iv) any existing or planned capacity building initiatives and tools available to support the listings, in addition to potential gaps and needs.

Friday
Nov152013

African rhinos - Factsheet

Document 2013 (PDF, 400 KB)

Friday
Nov082013

Illegal Caviar trade in Bulgaria and Romania - Results of a market survey on trade in caviar from Sturgeons (Acipenseridae) 

Document (PDF, 1.5 MB) by J. Jarle (2013). WWF Austria & TRAFFIC, Vienna, Austria.

Thursday
Nov072013

TRAFFIC's engagement in the fight against illegal trade in elephant ivory

Document (PDF, 450 KB). (2013) Factsheet.

Saturday
Nov022013

Trainings on plant collection and utilization activities, building up entrepreneurial skills and employment opportunities for local population in Central Europe 

 Document(PDF, 2 MB) by K. Rodina (Ed). (2013) 83pp. Background document. TRAFFIC and WWF, Budapest, Hungary.

Saturday
Nov022013

Développement d’un Système de Gestion des Stocks d’Ivoire au Gabon: Propositions de Standards Minimums

Document (1.6 MB) by S. Ringuet et J.-F. Lagrot. (2013). Secretariat of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES), Geneva, Switzerland. 66 pp. ISBN 978-1-85850-369-1.

Friday
Nov012013

Mise en Oeuvre de la CITES par les Pays de l’Espace COMIFAC: Evaluation Préliminaire des Besoins

Document (in French) (1.2 MB)  by B. Ononino, G. Ngandjui et E.E. Fossung. (2013). Secretariat of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES), Geneva, Switzerland. 91 pp. ISBN 978-1-85850-370-7.

Thursday
Oct032013

Trade in Dalbergia nigra and the European Union

Document (PDF, 1.8 MB) by V. Taylor, K. Kecse-Nagy and T. Osborn. TRAFFIC (2013). TRAFFIC was requested by the European Commission (EC) to prepare this report to facilitate a greater understanding of the international trade in D. nigra (with particular reference to the EU) and to provide a preliminary assessment of whether EU trade in D. nigra was an issue warranting further attention.

Thursday
Oct032013

FairWild News

Thursday
Aug012013

The TRAFFIC Report

Friday
Dec142012

Building and Operating Biodiversity friendly hotels in the Caribbean

Document (PDF 1.36MB) (2012) IUCN

Saturday
Dec082012

Aspects of sustainable wild plant collection (PDF, 3.3MB) Compiled by Kristina Rodina WWF Hungary/TRAFFIC (July 2012). Training materials on plant collection and utilization activities, building up entrepreneurial skills for local people and employment opportunities

Saturday
Dec082012

The South Africa - Viet Nam Rhino Horn Trade Nexus: A deadly combination of institutional lapses, corrupt wildlife industry professionals and Asian crime syndicates

Document  (PDF, 3 MB. Executive Summary, 700 KB) Tom Milliken and Jo Shaw (2012). TRAFFIC. 180pp. ISBN 978-0-9584025-8-3. TRAFFIC’s comprehensive overview of events and dynamics currently driving an escalating illicit trade in rhino horns from South Africa to Viet Nam.

Saturday
Dec082012

An overview of shark utilisation in the Coral Triangle region

Document (PDF, 510 KB). (2012) Glenn Sant and Mary Lack. TRAFFIC & WWF. An overview of shark catch and trade is focused on the six Coral Triangle countries (Indonesia, Malaysia, Papua New Guinea (PNG), the Philippines, Solomon Islands and Timor Leste) and the neighbouring countries of Viet Nam and Fiji.  Chinese version (PDF, 2.7 MB)

Friday
Dec072012

Illegal hunting & the bushmeat trade in savanna Africa: Drivers, impacts & solutions to address the problem

Document (PDF, 2.5 MB) (2012). P Lindsey et al. Panthera/Zoological Society of London/Wildlife Conservation Society report, New York. 74 pp.

Monday
Dec032012

Creative Experts' meeting on messaging to reduce consumer demand for tigers and other endangered wildlife species in Vietnam and China

Document (PDF, 3.7 MB) (2012). Meeting report, Hong Kong, November 2011. TRAFFIC International

Sunday
Dec022012

Captive bred...or wild taken? Examples of possible illegal trade in wild animals through fraudulent claims of captive-breeding

Document (PDF, 3.5 MB) (2012). Leaflet produced by TRAFFIC's Europe programme.

Saturday
Dec012012

The export and re-export of CITES-listed birds from the Solomon Islands

Document (PDF, 1.5 MB) by C.R. Shepherd, C.J. Stengel and V. Nijman (2012). TRAFFIC Southeast Asia, Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia. ISBN 978-983-3393-35-0

Saturday
Dec012012

Trading timbers: A comparison of import requirements under CITES, FLEGT and related EU legislation for timber species in trade

Document (PDF, 300 KB) Rosie Cooney, Stephanie von Meibom and Chen Hin Keong. TRAFFIC (2012). This document analyses and compares the requirements of the FLEGT Action Plan, EU Timber Regulation and CITES for timber imported into the EU, with a focus on the requirements of each for ensuring that timber is legally sourced.

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