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Thursday
Dec012011

Elaboration de la Stratégie et du Plan d’Action National sur la « viande de brousse » Rapport de l’atelier de Kinshasa – 23-24 septembre 2009

Document (PDF, 3 MB) by Stéphane Ringuet, Boyzibu Ekhassa, Nathalie van Vliet, Germain Ngandjui & Eva Paule Mouzong (2011). 86pp. TRAFFIC Afrique Centrale, Yaoundé, Cameroun.

Thursday
Dec012011

Brought to Bear: an Analysis of Seizures across Asia (2000 - 2011)

Document (PDF, 1.1 MB) by Elizabeth A. Burgess, Sarah S. Stoner and Kaitlyn-Elizabeth Foley. (2014) TRAFFIC, Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia. This report highlights the multiplicity of how bears are being exploited for trade across Asia. The trade encompasses all four endemic species of bears found across Asia and involves more than 17 countries/territories in the region, each with certain preferences for particular bear products.

Thursday
Dec012011

TRAFFIC Report on CoP11

Document (2011) (200 KB)

Thursday
Dec012011

Guide to the identification of precious and semi-precious corals in commercial trade

Document (PDF, 6.5 MB) (2011) by Ernest W T Cooper, Susan J Torntore, Angela S M Leung, Tanya Shadbolt and Carolyn Dawe. ISBN 978-0-9693730-3-2. TRAFFIC North America and WWF-Canada. Vancouver. This identification guide is aimed at enforcement officers (e.g. Wildlife Inspectors, Customs Inspectors, etc.) who are responsible for implementing regulations on the international trade in precious corals—primarily, but not exclusively CITES. In addition, the guide will be valuable to fisheries managers and scientists who are involved with conservation of coral resources.

Thursday
Dec012011

Stormy Seas for Marine Invertebrates: Trade in Sea Cucumbers, Sea Shells and Lobsters in Kenya, Tanzania and Mozambique

Document (Scanned PDF, 3.2 MB) Edited by: Nina Marshall, S.A.H. Milledge, P.S. Afonso. (2001). 70pp. Published by: TRAFFIC East/Southern Africa - Kenya.

Thursday
Dec012011

The Future of Sharks: A Review of Action and Inaction

Document  (PDF, 1.1 MB) by M. Lack and Sant G. (2011). TRAFFIC International and the Pew Environment Group. This analysis uses fisheries information provided to the UN FAO to identify the top 20 shark-catching countries and other entities, and then assesses whether they have taken the management and conservation measures they agreed to in 2001.

Friday
Nov112011

The state of wildlife trade in China: Information on the trade in wild animals and plants in China 2008

Document (2.8 MB) Edited by Xu Hongfa and James Compton, compiled by Priscilla Jiao. (March 2010). 20pp. Published by TRAFFIC East Asia China Programme

Wednesday
Nov092011

Trace the source of wildlife: World Biodiversity and Japan's Responsibility

Document (in Japanese) (PDF, 2.7 MB) (2010). Kahoru Kanari (ed). TRAFFIC, Japan office.

Saturday
Nov052011

Développement d’un système de suivi de la filière ―viande de brousse‖ en Afrique Centrale: SYVBAC

Document (PDF, 1.2 MB) (2010). TRAFFIC Central Africa publication.

Friday
Nov042011

Imperilled custodians of the night: A study on illegal trade and trapping of owls in India

Document (PDF, 7.4 MB) Abrar Ahmed. (2010). TRAFFIC India / WWF India. 76pp. ISBN 978-1-85850-243-4. This report focuses on documenting what is known about owls in trade in India; the trapping methods used, utilization patterns and the tribes & communities that are involved.

Thursday
Nov032011

Hand Book on Wildlife Law Enforcement in India

Document (2010) (PDF 11.05MB) Samir Sinha

Thursday
Nov032011

Wildlife Symposium 2010

Document (PDF 3.29) TRAFFIC and WWF

Thursday
Nov032011

Trade in Anguilla species, with a focus on recent trade in European Eel A. anguilla

Document (PDF, 700 KB) Vicki Crook. (2010). 56pp. A TRAFFIC Report prepared for the European Commission.

Wednesday
Nov022011

Wild for a Cure: Groundtruthing a Standard for Sustainable Management of Wild Plants in the Field

Document by W Kathe, B Pätzold, D Leaman, A Timoshyna, D Newton, E Khou, G Kinhal, I B Sapkota, M K S Pasha, N Ndam, R Melisch, S Bundalo, S Honnef, T Osborn, X Buitrón, and X Liu. (2010). TRAFFIC International. This report presents a description of the project “Saving Plants that Save Lives and Livelihoods”, implemented by TRAFFIC and its partners WWF, IUCN and others, which addresses a growing demand from industry, governments, certification bodies, resource managers and donor agencies for specific guidance on sustainable wild plant collection practices.

Wednesday
Nov022011

Reduced to Skin & Bones: An Analysis of Tiger Seizures from 11 Tiger Range Countries (2000-2010)

Document (PDF, 4 MB) Pauline Verheij, Kaitlyn-Elizabeth Foley and Katalina Engel. (2010). TRAFFIC International. 44pp. ISBN 978-1-85850-244-1. This report presents a compilation and analysis of available data on Tiger seizures from 11 of the 13 Tiger range countries over the past 10 years.

Tuesday
Nov012011

Understanding China’s fish trade and traceability

Document  (PDF, 2.5 MB) Shelley Clarke (2010). 111 pp. Published by TRAFFIC East Asia. Funded by the UK Government’s Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA)

Tuesday
Nov012011

Wood for the Trees: A Review of the Agarwood Trade in Malaysia

Document (PDF, 1.2 MB) Lim Teck Wyn & Nooranie Awang Anak (2010). TRAFFIC.

Tuesday
Nov012011

The Trade and Use of Agarwood (Oudh) in the United Arab Emirates

Document (PDF, 710 KB) Marina Antonopoulou; James Compton; Lisa S. Perry & Razan Al-Mubarak (2010). TRAFFIC.

Tuesday
Nov012011

Prise en compte de la faune sauvage dans les concessions forestieres d'Afrique Centrale - Rapport de l'atelier de Libreville - 8-10 juin 2010

Document (PDF, 1 MB). (2010). Nathalie Van Vliet; Stéphane Ringuet; Germain Ngandjui; Eva Mouzong. TRAFFIC Afrique Centrale, Yaoundé, Cameroun.

Tuesday
Nov012011

Biodiversity for Food and Medicine

Document (PDF, 1.7 MB). (2010) Biodiversity Indicators Partnership, indicator factsheet 4.5.2.

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