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Wildlife Trade Specialists

Panther chameleon Furcifer pardalis, Madagascar © WWF / Martina Lippuner

我们的保护战略 the thinking behind what we do to protect biodiversity

Panther chameleon Furcifer pardalis, Madagascar © WWF / Martina Lippuner

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工作背后的战略方针

我们目前制定的到2020年的保护战略目标是“减少非法和不可持续野生物贸易对生物多样性造成的压力,并增强可持续的野生物贸易对野生物保护和人类相关的益处”。

我们在野生物贸易方面的工作遵循了实现这一目标的各种不同方法,包括与国家和国际公约、政府部门、执法机构、私营公司以及消费者群体的合作。

James Compton, Senior Director Asia Pacific

“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, Senior Director Asia Pacific

我们的专业能力与知识

调查和分析

野生动植物贸易趋势、模式、影响和驱动因素,为野生动植物贸易提供领先的知识基础。

Powdered rhino horn in Pretoria, South Africa – processing of rhino horn in Southern African countries is a recent development within the illicit trade in rhino horn

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国家和国际政策

通知、支持和鼓励各国政府采取独立且与国际合作的行动,来实施并执行有效的政策。

Sabri Zain, TRAFFIC's Director of Policy

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对私营公司的指导

向私营部门提供信息和鼓励,主要包括确保野生动植来源符合可持续性标准和最佳实践做法的有效方法等。

消费者的选择

深入了解消费者的购买动机,并指导设计有效的干预措施,旨在劝阻消费者购买非法野生物制品,并推广可持续消费的选择和理念。

TRAFFIC's programme methodology

evidence to influence

We combine research and analysis to produce guidance on a wide range of wildlife trade issues, engaging through targeted communications, tools and training.

research

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.

analysis

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.

guidance

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.

engagement

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 two programmatic workstreams

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 programme framework

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.

our theory in practice

Find out how our conservation strategy translates into national and international projects.

projects and approaches