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Tuesday
Nov012011

Conservation Status and Impacts of Trade on the Oriental Rat Snake Ptyas mucosa in Java, Indonesia

Document  (PDF, 1.9 MB). Marc Auliya. (2010). 48pp. Published by TRAFFIC Southeast Asia.

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

Development of a Central African Bushmeat Monitoring System: SYVBAC

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

Tuesday
Nov012011

A Preliminary Assessment of Pangolin Trade in Sabah

 Document (PDF, 500 KB) by Sandrine Pantel & Noorainie Awang Anak. 2010. 30pp. ISBN 9789833393305. TRAFFIC Southeast Asia. This report presents the results of an interview-based survey carried out among pangolin hunters on the west coast of Sabah, as well as an analysis of logbooks, covering a period of 20 months, confiscated from a criminal syndicate involved in the trade of pangolins and obtained during a raid carried out by the Sabah Wildlife Department.

Tuesday
Nov012011

The big cat trade in Myanmar and Thailand

Document (PDF, 1.5 MB) Adam Oswell. (2010). TRAFFIC Southeast Asia publication. 32pp. ISBN 978 983 3393 312. Between January 2001 and June 2010 a total of 493 big cat parts were observed at markets and during covert investigations in Myanmar and Thailand.

Tuesday
Nov012011

MANUEL ETIS: Le programme ETIS de suivi du commerce illégal de l'ivoire et autres produits de l'éléphant d'Afrique Loxodonta africana comme outil de protection de l'éléphant au Cameroun

 Document (in French, PDF, 750 KB) (2010) Germain Ngandjui & Stéphane Ringuet

Tuesday
Nov012011

CITES CoP15 and TRAFFIC

Meeting took place in Doha, Qatar, from 13 to 25 March 2010

TRAFFIC report on CoP15 (400 KB)

 

 

IUCN and TRAFFIC's Analyses on CoP15 Proposals
Available as individual PDFs in English here or as a single file in English (2 MB) French (3 MB) and Spanish (3 MB)

Summaries of IUCN and TRAFFIC's Analyses
English (1.3 MB), French (2 MB) and Spanish (1.3 MB)

TRAFFIC's Recommendations on CoP15 Proposals
English (Full: 150 KB, booklet: 600 KB) French (500 KB) Spanish (600 KB) Japanese (600 KB) Chinese (Full: 350 KB, booklet: 550 KB)

 

 

Tuesday
Nov012011

Saiga Antelope Trade: Global trends with a focus on South-East Asia

Document  (700 KB) by S v Meibom; A Vaisman; N L S Horng; J Ng & Xu Hongfa. (2010). 41 pp. Published by TRAFFIC Europe, Brussels, Belgium.

Tuesday
Nov012011

Género, alternativas productivas y seguridad alimentaria: la disminución de la cacería comercial en Yasuní como una oportunidad para el mejoramiento de la gobernanza territorial en comunidades Waorani

Document (PDF, 1.4 MB)  (2010) Ana Puyol, Victor Hugo Inchausty, Bernardo Ortiz & Oscar Yépez. 7pp. TRAFFIC South America.

Tuesday
Nov012011

Comercio y aprovechamiento de especies silvestres en México: observaciones sobre la gestión, tendencias y retos relacionados

Document (1.3 MB) (2010) Adrian Reuter & Paola Mosig. 80pp. TRAFFIC North America

Tuesday
Nov012011

Towards a sustainable livelihood with wild medicinal resources

Document (2010). Subtitle: Economic aspects of harvesting and trading the Chinese Caterpillar Fungus Cordyceps sinensis and Southern Schisandra Schisandra sphenanthera in China’s Upper Yangtze Ecoregion (PDF, 300 KB). A TRAFFIC briefing paper

Wednesday
Oct052011

A pictorial guide for identification of some wild animals protected by Vietnamese laws and CITES

Document (PDF, 3.2 MB) 124pp. (2009) TRAFFIC Southeast Asia Greater Mekong Programme.

Monday
Oct032011

Wildlife trade control: CAFTA-DR Regional Gap Analysis Report

Document(1.3 MB) (2009). 67pp. TRAFFIC North America. Washington D.C.: World Wildlife Fund. A review undertaken as part of a US Department of State–funded effort to understand the needs to build capacity for better implementation of CITES in Central America and the Dominican Republic. TRAFFIC North America.

Saturday
Oct012011

Global forest & trade network common framework for assessing legality of forestry operations, timber processing and trade

Saturday
Oct012011

Review of trade in Merbau from major range States

Document (900 KB). PS Tong, HK Chen, J Hewitt and A Affre A (March 2009). 128pp. ISBN 9789833393176. A report aimed to investigate in detail the international trade in merbau timber and to provide scientific and current data on the population status, harvest management and trade in these species.

Saturday
Oct012011

Wildlife Trade from ASEAN to the EU: Issues with the trade in captive-bred reptiles from Indonesia

Document  (350 KB) Vincent Nijman & Chris R Shepherd. 2009. 22pp. ISBN 9789833393299. This report examines the trade in  reptiles exported to the EU that are declared as captive-bred and the numbers of reptiles that breeding facilities in Indonesia are actually producing, or have the capacity to produce.

Saturday
Oct012011

Status, trade dynamics and management of the Southeast Asian Box Turtle in Indonesia

Document  (PDF, 2.4 MB) Sabine Schoppe (2009) Published by TRAFFIC Southeast Asia, Petaling Jaya, Malaysia ISBN 9789833393213. This study reviews information on the biology and ecology of the Southeast Asian Box Turtle, assess the legislation in place to regulate trade in wildlife especially in freshwater turtles and tortoises, identifies past and current harvest and trade levels, and determines whether the abundance of the species has changed over time.

Saturday
Oct012011

Science in CITES: The biology and ecology of the Southereast Asian Box Turtle and its uses and trade in Malaysia

Document  (PDF, 2.4 MB) Sabine Schoppe (2009) Published by TRAFFIC Southeast Asia, Petaling Jaya, Malaysia ISBN 9789833393183. The study found records for high export volumes of turtles both before and after a Malaysian export ban was imposed.

Saturday
Oct012011

An assessment of trade in gibbons and orang-utans in Sumatra, Indonesia

Document(620 KB) Vincent Nijman (April 2009). 45pp. ISBN9789833393244. An assessment of the trade in gibbons and orang-utans in Sumatra, Indonesia, including the islands off Sumatra’s west coast (most notably, the Mentawai Islands). TRAFFIC Southeast Asia publication.

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