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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:

Universal caviar labelling requirements (French)

Published: 1st January 2006

(2006) 4pp. TRAFFIC Factsheet. French version

download (225 KB pdf)

Universal caviar labelling requirements (German)

Published: 1st January 2006

(2006) 4pp. TRAFFIC Factsheet. German version.

download (225 KB pdf)

Universal caviar labelling requirements

Published: 1st January 2006

(2006) 4pp. TRAFFIC Factsheet

download (188 KB pdf)

Black gold: The caviar trade in western Europe (French)

Published: 1st January 2006

(2006). 2pp. TRAFFIC Factsheet. French version. 

download (129 KB pdf)

Western Pacific Workshop on Policy, Enforcement and Sustainable Trade for the CITES Appendix II – listed Humphead (Napoleon) Wrasse, Cheilinus undulates

Published: 1st January 2006

Chu C., C. Kirkpatrick, B. Kwan and Y. Sadovy. (2006). 48pp. 5 – 7 June 2006, Hong Kong. Published by: WWF Hong Kong, Agriculture, Fisheries & Conservation Department Hong Kong SAR, IUCN and TRAFFIC.

download (4.0 MB pdf)

Black gold: The caviar trade in western Europe (German)

Published: 1st January 2006

(2006). 2pp. TRAFFIC Factsheet. German version.

download (135 KB pdf)

Black gold: The caviar trade in western Europe

Published: 1st January 2006

(2006). 2pp. TRAFFIC Factsheet

download (138 KB pdf)

Welcome to Tibet

Published: 1st January 2006

 A 2006 brochure funded by WWF and TRAFFIC urges tourists not to buy threatened wildlife items when visiting Tibet.

download (2.2 MB pdf)

Conservation Implications of Allocation under the Western and Central Pacific Fisheries Commission

Published: 1st January 2006

A. Willock, A.I. Cartwright. (2006). 23pp. Published by: WWF Australia and TRAFFIC Oceania.

download (1.3 MB pdf)

Wildlife Trade in Central and Eastern Europe: A Review of CITES Implementation in 15 Countries

Published: 1st January 2006

Katalin Kecse-Nagy, Dorottya Papp, Amelie Knapp and Stephanie von Meibom. (2006). 126pp. ISBN 2 960050 53 3 (ISBN 978 2 960050 53 0). Published by: TRAFFIC Europe–Central Eastern Project Office. This report presents an overview of wildlife-trade related issues in Central and Eastern Europe, including an analysis of the region’s role in global trade in wild animals and plants with a particular focus on species groups that are native to the region and listed in the Appendices of CITES.

download (1.6 MB pdf)