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Lindsey West 1h
The latest edition of the is out! Covers work in Cameroon, Ghana, Equatorial Guinea, Gabon, Sao Tome, Republic of Congo, Libya as well as in Madagascar. Thanks to
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Dr Kirstin R Johnson 7h
continue to lead and rise amidst the pandemic. Meet , AWF’s Senior Wildlife Law Enforcement Manager. She works tirelessly to curb and build the capacity of wildlife prosecutors across the continent to strengthen the judicial system.
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CCF Cheetah Jul 29
We continue to work together with the authorities in to do all we can to end the trade in cubs.
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CCF Cheetah Jul 30
8 Cheetah cubs rescued in destined for the illegal pet trade! Please share this article.
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BIOSEC Aug 1
Some good news on poaching rates- an important reminder that the high profile argument that = collapse in = increases in , is not always the case.
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Associazione SAFE 8h
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Christina 10h
Mansur Surur and how botched cases kept ivory cartels in business via
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Colm Baker Jul 25
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Basel Institute on Governance Jul 31
Want to stop illegal wildlife trade? Then be more like , say our IWT intelligence analysts Patricia Raxter and Manuel Medina. Find out what some countries are doing right to combat and stop the next zoonotic disease pandemic.
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ZSL Africa Jul 31
On we are proud to partner with DFC/PR to support Niger's rangers in W National Park in the fight against . These rangers work in a high risk area to protect the last stronghold in West Africa for threatened species such as .Thanks to
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Defra UK Jul 30
We're pleased to announce that conservation, sustainability and wildlife expert, John Scanlon, has been appointed as the new independent Chair of our Illegal Wildlife Trade Challenge Fund. Read more:
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Wildlife Trade Jul 29
NEW BLOG 🌍Africa’s development path and the extent to which wildlife is accounted for in its plans will affect the future of . Read the new blog by 👇 Many thanks to for leading the Horizon Scan!
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IW Technocrats Jul 27
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Jason Gilchrist Jul 29
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HR Park Ranger Jul 31
Wonderful news John, congratulations . Let’s do it! Go team!
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Adam Toomes Jul 27
Replying to @AdamToomes
We studied online trade over four months and found a concerning rate of trade. Not every produces a bezoar, so each sale could represent multiple animals. They are very hard to breed at commercial rates, meaning harvest is likely:
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Kim Feddema Jul 26
Replying to @LangurLover
So you may find you start by focusing on for pets, but realise its quite difficult to get real-world data that separates out each segment. Just depends on your research question and your focus but that's my 2 cents as a trade PhD :)
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Claire Emerson 🌱 Jul 26
love the “what would you do with your next $100?” exercise. So simple.
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TJ H Jul 29
it is probably in the book, but not yet (in chapter 7 currently) would it be beneficial to take capitol gains from selling stock and use it to pay down CC debt, to clear the slate to implement the steps that I'm currently reading?
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John E. Scanlon AO Jul 30
UK has played a leading part in scaling up the fight against illegal trade. Honoured to be appointed as Chair of UK IWT Challenge Fund by & looking forward to working with UK gov & a wide array of committed partners to help end
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