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Additional publications pre-2007 reports, species factsheets, legacy newsletters, and additional materials

Additional publications

Our archive section includes a number of pre-2007 publications and reports, as well as legacy factsheets, newsletters and informational materials. You can find details and download information for these below:

Training Content - VPA/FLEGT Agreement - Wood Supply Chain Control And Wood Identification For Forest Rangers And Customs Officers

Published: 15th October 2021

This detailed guidance manual is bespoke to Vietnamese customs legislation and customs procedures for timber and timber products and techniques, such as taking wood samples to identify and monitor the most commonly imported timber.

This training manual has been developed with support from the “Support to VPA process in Viet Nam - Towards legal timber supply chains between VPA countries” project co-sponsored by the German Federal Ministry of Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ), the UK's Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO), and Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ).

download (6.3 MB pdf)

TÀI LIỆU TẬP HUẤN HIỆP ĐỊNH - VPA/FLEGT - KIỂM SOÁT CHUỖI CUNG ỨNG GỖ VÀ NHẬN DẠNG GỖ CHO CÔNG CHỨC KIỂM LÂM VÀ HẢI QUAN Thực

Published: 15th October 2021

Tài liệu này được xây dựng nhằm cung cấp thông tin về các quy định pháp luật hải quan, quy trình thủ tục hải quan có liên quan đến gỗ và sản phẩm gỗ, các kiến thức, kỹ thuật cơ bản về nhận dạng gỗ như cách lấy mẫu để nhận biết được một số loại gỗ thường nhập phổ biến.

Tài liệu được phát triển với sự hỗ trợ từ Dự án Hỗ trợ thực thi Hiệp định VPA/FLEGT tại Việt Nam do Bộ Kinh tế và Hợp tác Phát triển CHLB Đức (BMZ) và Bộ Ngoại giao và Phát triển Anh (FCDO) đồng tài trợ và Tổ chức Hợp tác Phát triển Đức (GIZ).

download (5.2 MB pdf)

TRAFFIC Post, India Office Newsletter

Published: 1st July 2014

Combined issues 21-30. (July 2014 onwards)

download (19.4 MB pdf)

TRAFFIC Post, India Office Newsletter

Published: 1st March 2014

Combined issues 11-20 (March 2011-March 2014)

download (13.6 MB pdf)

Tiger Chronicles Chinese issues

Published: 31st December 2013

Combined Chinese language 2013 issues

download (2.2 MB pdf)

African Rhinos - the facts

Published: 8th October 2013

Rhinos once roamed the plains of Africa in their thousands. They have been brought back from the brink of extinction before but sadly once again they are hanging by a thread. WWF and TRAFFIC are working to save these magnificent creatures

download (383 KB pdf)

The TRAFFIC Report

Published: 1st May 2013

Newsletter produced by TRAFFIC's North America office. Combined issues from July 2002 to May 2013. 

May 2013
September 2012
March 2012
March 2011
September 2010
Volume 8 Number 1 (August 2009)
Volume 7 Number 2 (December 2008)
Volume 7 Number 1 (July 2008)
Volume 6 Number 2 (English and Spanish) (December 2007) 
Volume 6 Number 1 (English and Spanish) (March 2007)
Volume 5 Number 1 (English and Spanish) (May 2006)
Volume 4 Number 1 (August 2005)
Volume 3 Number 2 (English and Spanish) (December 2004)
Volume 3 Number 1 (English and Spanish) (May 2004)
Volume 2 Number 1 (English and Spanish) (January 2003)
Volume 1 Number 1 (July 2002)

download (12.7 MB pdf)

Shutting down the rhino horn trade - Factsheet

Published: 16th April 2013

The survival of the rhino is hanging by a thread. Increasing demand from Asia, and especially Viet Nam, is driving a poaching crisis on the African continent with poaching levels in South Africa having risen by a staggering 5000% just between 2007 and 2011. WWF and TRAFFIC, as part of the global Illegal Wildlife Trade Campaign, are working in Viet Nam to help save the rhino from extinction.

download (389 KB pdf)

TRAFFIC's engagement in the fight against illegal trade in elephant ivory

Published: 10th April 2013

download (424 KB pdf)

Behaviour Change We Can Believe In: Towards A Global Demand Reduction Strategy for Tigers

Published: 11th September 2012

This paper discusses why conservationists need to explore new approaches to understanding and influencing the behaviours that are driving consumer demand for Tiger and other products, and examines tools and models that can address the underlying drivers of these behaviours.

download (526 KB pdf)