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21 February 2024
Driving action to prevent decline in migratory species
Significant actions to tackle the shocking decline in many of the world’s migratory species have been agreed last week at an international meeting in…
16 February 2024
Unlock secrets of ‘astounding pangolins’ in beautiful children’s animation, with plea to keep them safe
With a call for daring heroes and an invitation to adventure, TRAFFIC introduces a heartwarming animated story on pangolins and the trafficking…
12 February 2024
Securing a safe future for ice-age antelope
The story of the Saiga Antelope is a remarkable conservation success. So far.
12 February 2024
Spotlighting wild species trade in Central Asia
TRAFFIC, Fauna & Flora, and partners present a trio of reports with the first-of-its-kind comprehensive analysis of wildlife trade in Central…
1 February 2024
TRAFFIC welcomes three new Directors
The global conservation work of TRAFFIC is being boosted by the appointment of three global senior leaders.
23 January 2024
Establishing a robust National Ivory Stockpile Management System in Cameroon
Leaks from government-held stockpiles, lack of effective methods to track existing stocks, and reoccurring corruption are some of the issues flagged…
28 December 2023
TNRC places anti-corruption strategies on global conservation agendas
In the last six years, TRAFFIC has made significant progress in combatting widespread corruption in the illegal trade of wild species through its…
20 December 2023
Africa and Asia Timber Industries Embark on a New Era of Legal and Sustainable Cooperation
Through a quick succession of exchange visits and conferences, TRAFFIC has engaged different links in the timber supply chain to support them in…
8 December 2023
How is CITES sharpening its teeth for better compliance to stop illegal wild species trade?
Following the 77th meeting of the CITES Standing Committee (SC77), an unusual number of countries are suddenly facing the stark prospect of not being…