TRAFFIC

TRAFFIC

Addressing corruption in CITES documentation processes

Abuse of Convention on International Trade in ࢠ Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) permits and certificates is a global issue that affects a wide range of species and can take place across the entire trade chain. Commerce in precious timber, caviar and live animals including primates, birds and reptiles, is particularly vulnerable.

Assessment of illegal trade- related threats to Red Panda in India and selected neighbouring range countries

The two-known (sub)species of Red Panda are distributed in the eastern and north-eastern Himalayan subalpine conifer forests and the eastern Himalayan broadleaf forests, which geographically falls in China, India, Nepal, Bhutan, and northern Myanmar.

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在线下, 在野外——打击网络野生动植物非法贸易全球联盟进度报告

根据打击网络野生动植物非法贸易全球联盟的报告,在2017年至2020年3月期间,联盟成员从其在线平台上删除或封禁了大约300万条濒危物种及其制品非法贸易信息,其中包括售卖的异宠如老虎、爬行动物、灵长类和鸟类等,以及象牙、穿山甲甲片和海龟等制品。

禁贸下的需求——2019年中国象牙消费研究

根据世界自然基金会(WWF)第三次年度调查《2019年中国象牙消费研究》显示:

 

• 自称过去12个月内曾购买过象牙制品的消费者比例远低于禁贸令实施前的数值;

• 近八成的受访者表示禁贸令使他们完全停止购买象牙制品;

• 在得知象牙禁令后,仍然想在未来购买象牙的受访者的比例与2018年持平,为14%。这部分被称为“顽固买家”的消费者经常出境旅行,并且在法律或其他因素的制约下,依旧保持购买象牙的意向;

Combating Wildlife Crime linked to the internet

Combating Wildlife Crime linked to the internet

Global trends and China’s experiences

WILDLIFE CYBER CRIME TRENDS IN CHINA,Online Monitoring Results 2017-2018

TRAFFIC has been keeping a close watch on the trade and consumption trend of illegal wildlife, conducting monitoring on online trade on a regular basis.

禁贸下的需求——禁令后的中国象牙消费研究2018

对野生动物的部位、产品和衍生物的大量消费是全球众多濒危物种趋于灭绝的主要原因之一。针对中国这个野生动植物产品的主要目的地,环保专业人士一直致力于探索有效的宣传、社会营销和多媒体方案,以便在减少这类需要求方面产生实际和快速的影响。过去几年中,国际野生物贸易组织(TRAFFIC)和世界自然基金会(WWF)已经实施了若干改变消费行为的项目,以减少市场中对象牙、犀牛和虎骨等非法野生物产品的需求。所针对的消费者目标人群包括收藏家、出境游客、商务人士、千禧一代和中医药使用者。

China’s Ivory Market after the Ivory Trade Ban in 2018

China is reputed to be one of the world’s largest markets for illegal ivory trade. Since 2002, ETIS (Elephant Trade Information System) reports to CITES have consistently identified China as the leading destination for ivory globally (Milliken, 2016).

China’s Ivory Auction Market

On 30 December 2016, the State Council issued the Notice of the General Office of the State Council on Orderly Stopping the Commercial Processing and Sale of Ivory and Ivory Products.

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