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Kim Feddema 1h
Opportunistic wildlife trade is a threat to the amazing species that live in . Understanding which consumers are targeted for sales is an important facet of conservation in this amazing country
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Anurag Kumar  🇮🇳‏ Jan 22
We should first develop infrastructure within next 5yrs, capable of draining 5 rivers by 70%+ if needed, and then rework from a position of strength and link it directly with Terrorism and WMD.. Just like what China did with Brahmaputra.
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EU Transport Jan 21
“Launch of the European Inland Waterways Transport Platform today builds on the legacy of hundred years of cooperation. Main challenge will be to marry the past practices with the new challenges,” DG Hololei.
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Debborah Donnelly 9h
What will it take to stop illegal online wildlife trafficking?
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Gitanjali Jan 23
Smart camera traps equipped with AI-backed facial recognition algorithms could be a powerful conservation tool to tackle illegal trade in endangered species.
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Madhav Dessai Jan 22
Nuclearizarion is powerful yes. But do not undermine the power of Water. Brilliant piece by sir.
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Badlands_anansi Jan 22
Check out this awesome up and coming journo!
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goalunited Jan 21
Hey managers, registration for the IWT 2019 is ending today at 23:59h UTC. Are you among 33.000+ clubs that already registered for this tournament? We wish you all good luck! ⚽⚽⚽ Your goalunited team #2019
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David Roberts Jan 17
Replying to @DefraGovUK
Excellent day discussing 's Challenge Fund. Reducing the problems of in IWT funding!
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Harshit Didwania 23h
Oh my, now that was something that I wasn't aware about. What a power to have unveileded yet. India definitely need to pull up their socks and not allow to be taken for a ride by everyone around, and still be kind here.
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Denise Hruby Jan 20
Working on another investigative story + wondering which animals are NOT trafficked. In South Africa, people are risking their lives to poach edible sea snails. A staggering 900 million individuals have been poached in 2 decades.
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Mandy Rude Jan 14
Replying to @CITES @ChronicleZim
These penalties for possession, likely for lowest on chain, border on draconian. Stiff penalties like that should be for the crime leader, directing the from perhaps abroad. This doesn’t incentivize investigation & like in US drug war will lock up those in poverty
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BIOSEC Jan 21
. are advertising a Senior Research Fellowship in the Geopolitics of Wildlife . More information here👉 - Deadline is 15 February
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Hisaar Foundation Jan 15
The two-day visit will begin from January 28. The delegation is expected to visit some of the operational as well as upcoming power projects in the Chenab region, including Kishtwar, Doda and Ramban districts.
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Alexander Louvet Jan 21
- Director General Launch event European Inland Waterway Transport Platform & New Year Reception - All photos by soon on
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Dublin Port Company Jan 14
Don't forget to enter The Together for Biodiversity Awards! The awards are being run by the Irish Wildlife Trust as part of the National Biodiversity Conference and are supported by Dublin Port. Enter Now:
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Dominic Jermey Jan 19
I’m proud to say that .@ZSLOfficial works in training wildlife rangers in new techniques helping to seize illegally trafficked animals. The smugglers must be stopped.
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Fabiana F Spinelli Jan 18
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David Roberts Jan 21
Wow the are doing an amazing job when it comes to significant bust of the illegal eel trade!
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Cefas Jan 21
In case you missed it: New blog - identifying sharks in Indonesia to tackle illegal wildlife trade
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