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Tara Easter 10h
Cool synthesis by & reviewing current attempts to engage local communities to curtail
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Wildlife Trade 18h
Protecting the Bengal Tiger in the Bangladesh Sundarbans: are SMART patrol and public information measures effective? by , XTBG using multi-sourced information can be cost-effective to tackle in protected areas
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UN Environment Apr 13
A declaration adopted at conference agreed on: ✅ Renewing global commitment to tackle wildlife crime ✅ Addressing the demand for illegal wildlife products ✅ Creating partnerships to be formed to combat wildlife crime More:
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BIOSEC Apr 15
Turtles' absence from Nicaraguan stronghold raises alarm for future - Both legal and illegal fishing have helped drive the decline, as well as egg poaching.
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Sérgio Henriques Apr 11
Replying to @DaniRabaiotti
I found the message confusing, so looked into it and found Chalenge Fund supports "practical projects", some of which somewhat focus on habitat protection (via antipoaching in protected areas), none addressing climate change impacts & good luck if you're a non iconic species
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Robert Gauthreaux III Apr 17
Props to for the teamwork between media and NWS.
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UK in Cameroon🇬🇧 Apr 17
Launch of the funded project by the on "why eat bush meat", at the residence of , British High Commossioner to . .
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Rosemary Hitchens Apr 16
Sustainably Sourced Seafood: A Criminological Approach to Reduce Demand for Illegal Seafood Supply | SpringerLink 🐟
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Earth Journalism Apr 11
Yet another record haul of scales have been confiscated in . Likely to have come from 21,000 pangolins! Includes 2 species, the white-bellied tree pangolin & the giant ground pangolin. Look out for our special reports to be released soon!
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UK in Cameroon🇬🇧 Apr 17
The representative of , , applauded the UK’s efforts in helping the government of Cameroon to understand the trade, and .
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Matt Shirley Apr 15
Working hard to classify 3.6 tons of pangolin scales by species!! First time this has ever been tried - need to know species representation in trade!
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Rowan Martin Apr 17
We've just published two important conservation news articles in examining aspects of the trade in African Grey Parrots.
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BIOSEC Apr 16
In the run up to conference - items seized at airports remind us that can be involved in , unknowingly and knowingly. Animal body parts are often refashioned into ornaments, jewellery and trinkets
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David Roberts Apr 10
Replying to @WildCrimePro @jchcov
Exactly, there's no need for to use . It's only used in relation to for making mescaline & counterfeit goods with exotic leathers, but then it's because one's a & the other's counterfeit not because it's that they are on the darknet
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UK in Cameroon🇬🇧 Apr 17
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Timothy Kuiper Apr 13
Thanks Prof Gandiwa for a helpful article: Towards sustainable African elephant conservation in a changing environment: a case study of Zimbabwe
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Mandy Rude Apr 13
Yes! More people need to know about ethical / esp in re- . No pics w like & , no walking w lions in , much of the wildlife shows in are no-go. & so much of these businesses are connected to org
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CLINSH Apr 11
📢Attention frontrunners in ! Do you want to invest in your barge or fleet? Join the project! Register for the third European tender! Open until 22nd of April. More info ➡️ ⬅️
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Mandy Rude Apr 15
Yes for sure. No way to know but some estimates say seizures represent about 10% of . And then if the countries are not doing thorough investigation into the chain of , no arrests or convictions- it’s all pointless & sad fanfare.
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Nacho_D_C Apr 17
Ha sido un placer poder participar en el programa radiofónico para hablar sobre un tema tan interesante y a la vez tan poco tratado por los criminólogos como es el tráfico de especies protegidas.
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