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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.