wildlife

Insights From The Incarcerated

The illegal trade in wildlife and wildlife products globally is estimated to be worth more than USD72 billion annually, ranking alongside the illegal trafficking of narcotics, arms, and humans.

Trading Years for Wildlife

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野生物交易的过往

Accessing, harvesting and trading in wildlife: Corruption in the use of permits and allocation of access rights

Legal harvest or trade in wildlife, fisheries and forest products typically involves obtaining access rights and permits.
 
Corruption in these processes undermines regulations that promote sustainability and legality and address disease risk.

WILDLIFE TRAFFICKING IN BRAZIL

WILDLIFE TRAFFICKING IN BRAZIL

TACKLING WILDLIFE CYBERCRIME IN THE EU

TACKLING WILDLIFE
CYBERCRIME IN THE EU
HOW TECHNOLOGY CAN HELP
 

STOP WILDLIFE CYBERCRIME IN THE EU

STOP WILDLIFE CYBERCRIME IN THE EU
ONLINE TRADE IN REPTILES AND BIRDS IN BELGIUM AND THE NETHERLANDS
 
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Indian wildlife amidst the COVID-19 crisis: An analysis of poaching and illegal wildlife trade

Indian wildlife amidst the COVID-19 crisis: An analysis of poaching and illegal wildlife trade

Runway to Extinction: Wildlife Trafficking in the Air Transport Sector

Runway to Extinction: Wildlife Trafficking in the Air Transport Sector

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Combating Wildlife Crime linked to the internet

Combating Wildlife Crime linked to the internet

Global trends and China’s experiences

An Act to Save African Elephants -- A Ban on Commercial Ivory Trade in China: A Feasibility Study Briefing

WWF and TRAFFIC believe that an ivory trade ban in China is feasible and could be effective in contributing to a reduction in current threats to African elephants.
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