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WildAid Hong Kong Nov 14
Hey everyone, listen up! If you're as angry as we are about Bonhams upcoming horn auction CALL THEM OUT using their official Twitter account Let's get this auction cancelled! We have 12 days.
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Vanda Felbab-Brown 1h
What are the myths & realities of the nexus of trafficking and militancy? My new piece One teaser conclusion: tackling in source countries often far more important than the presumed nexus
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Y4WC Nov 15
[PhD Opportunity] An amazing fully funded PhD opportunity is now available titled 'Combatting illegal trade in animal products by rapid on-site DNA sequencing' ➡️➡️ Application deadline 21/01/2019
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Amandine TOUMBOU Nov 11
Broadcast of "forêt et faune"radio program at Djoum this Saturday with the new antenna chef of the southern region of the .Reinforce capacity of communities to tackle and get more information about forestry law in Cameroon is the aim of this program.@ECOFAC6 .
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Mandy Rude Nov 15
Replying to @Aitana78
Similar trade to that of & ?
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Joanna Murray Nov 14
The wonder of technology (after a few hiccups) presents Skype presentation on molecular approaches to ID species at project kick off workshop thanks to for the translation!
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Y4WC Nov 15
Replying to @youth4wildlife
👀 Through this PhD you will develop and test a universal species ID test and seek to trial the use of nanopore sequencing at key border and market hotspots. In the long term this will aid in the prosecution of illicit wildlife product smugglers 💪🏼💪🏼
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Joanna Murray 16h
At in Bali today to discuss our and project. Building relationships with trading companies is key for cooperation in inspection. Posters produced by the unit to educate stakeholders.
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IIED Nov 9
PROJECT: Learning and action for community engagement against wildlife crime -->
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Nafeesa Esmail Nov 6
Very much agreed! Featured in our soon out!
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IIED 8h
It's this afternoon where we share our recent publications. With the coming up, we'll be sharing articles on biodiversity 🦋🌷 🦍 🐯 & ecosystem-based adaptation 🌍 Follow along from 1pm!
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Joanna Murray Nov 14
Identifying training needs: What and products do you need to identify during inspection and what tools do you need to do it? Group work at our stakeholder workshop day 2.
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IIED Nov 15
Replying to @IIED
WATCH: Brisetha Hendricks of Ûibasen Twyfelfontein Conservancy in Namibia was interviewed about the importance of local communities getting a voice in efforts to combat the illegal wildlife trade. -->
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Conservation International-Africa Nov 6
Illegal is considered the fourth most profitable criminal enterprise in the world. A group of AI researchers at hopes their software can help wildlife defenders protect their parks. via
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Mandy Rude Nov 11
Well I didn’t say Yemen. I said UAE and Kuwait. Esp considering UAE has a lot they are not doing much to enforce about exactly this issue.
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NSW Wavesailing Nov 6
If you're keen to learn how to lift your scores ready for Gerroafest on 17/18 Nov, then this is well worth a watch. Some excellent commentary clearly setting out how to select the best waves and milk the points for each wave - ENJOY
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Mandy Rude Nov 9
Is it w the airlines or w the TSA/ inspectors for missing it? Do the airlines do their own scans of packages?
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Wildlife Trade Nov 15
Interesting panel on the gaps in evidence and action to include gender distinctions when designing interventions
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Joanna Murray Nov 12
Follow us this week as we kick off our challenge fund project in with a stakeholder workshop and visits to export and processing facilities in Serang and Denpasar.
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Hollie Booth Nov 13
Lively discussions on approaches for tackling illegal fishing & trade of protected & in between 🤓🦈
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