in the Kanha National Park, India © Sanskar Khedekar
We operate a Wildlife Consumers Behavioural Change online toolkit, a platform which hosts open-source research, guidance, documentation, reports, webinars, and discussion forums on everything related to behavioural change.
Wild-harvested medicinal and aromatic plants underpin Nepal’s traditional medicine systems and provide a critical source of income for low income rural communities. This project focuses on Jatamansi harvesting and trade.
Reducing deforestation, illegal trade, and the associated economic and biodiversity impacts requires targeted interventions throughout the source, transit, and consumer supply chain.
This project provides a greater understanding of succulent plant trade dynamics to inform law enforcement strategy and action to combat illegal trade in succulent plant species.
The Wildlife Information eXchange's (TWIX) are international online platforms developed to facilitate information exchange and international co-operation between law enforcement agencies.
As part of our work developing new technologies and approaches to fighting illegal wildlife trade, we’re working with WWF and authorities in India, Kenya, and beyond to harness the incredible potential of wildlife sniffer dogs.