Published 25th March 2021
Within the GEF funded project “Combating Illegal Wildlife Trade in Thailand, Focusing on Ivory, Rhino Horn, Tiger and Pangolins”, TRAFFIC is responsible for physical and online market assessments and for the design and implementation of social and behaviour change interventions to reduce the demand for illegal wildlife products. The objective of this document is to create an evidence base to use in the design of these activities. The document has been prepared by reviewing existing research into illegal wildlife trade in online and physical markets, research of consumers of illegal wildlife products in Thailand, and previous demand reduction campaigns.
Illegal wildlife trade and consumer demand reduction efforts in Thailand: A Situation Analysis
Vasan Narang and Stephen Watson