“TRAFFIC的声誉、信誉和影响力是建立在其对野生物贸易问题的认真研究、权威的知识和健全公正的分析的基础上。”James Compton, Wildlife TRAPS Project Lead
We combine research and analysis to produce guidance on a wide range of wildlife trade issues, engaging through targeted communications, tools and training.
TRAFFIC’s research and investigations provide the critical evidence base for our work providing insights into emerging wildlife product flows, changes in trade channels, evolving modus operandi and new demand dynamics.
TRAFFIC’s analysis of trade information draws upon our experience and accumulated knowledge as well as a wide range of collaborations we have established with various specialists.
TRAFFIC’s guidance on remedial strategies is impartial, evidence-based and practical, highlighting time- tested interventions and drawing attention to new opportunities, encouraging experimentation and innovation.
TRAFFIC's proactive engagement with governments, businesses, civil society organisations and individuals aims to prompt and support specific actions that are unlikely to be implemented on the basis of providing guidance alone.
Our conservation projects are organised around two priority workstreams, each focused on influencing governments, businesses and consumers to achieve positive, systemic change in the areas of CO-OPERATION, REGULATION, SOURCING and PURCHASING.
Our theory of change within wildlife trade is summarised in the programme framework below, demonstrating how our Evidence to Influence theory resonates throughout subsequent approaches and outcomes to deliver our 2020 objectives.
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