Archives for 2018

Marine Mammals and Other Species Protected by ESA are Recovering

16 May 2018 | The Center for Biological Diversity News Release

OAKLAND, Calif.— Most marine mammals and sea turtles in the United States that are protected by the Endangered Species Act [Continue Reading…]

CITES’ Effort to Halt Elephant Poaching in Zimbabwe Strengthened

16 May 2018 | Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora News Release

Geneva – A Strategic Anti-Poaching Operations Centre located in the Chewore [Continue Reading…]

Saving Species Project Launched in Viet Nam

14 May 2018 | TRAFFIC International News Release

Hanoi, Viet Nam — The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural [Continue Reading…]

Wildlife Trafficking Complaint Against Facebook Sent to SEC

14 May 2018 | The House Committee on Natural Resources News Release

Washington, D.C. – Ranking Member Raúl M. Grijalva (D-Ariz.) and Rep. Jared Huffman (D-Calif.), ranking member of the Subcommittee [Continue Reading…]

New TRAFFIC Bulletin Highlights Ongoing Threats of Wildlife Trade

7 May 2018 | TRAFFIC International News Release

Cambridge, UK—declining populations of sharks and rays, the threats posed by the anonymity afforded to traffickers online [Continue Reading…]

Bumble Bee Atlas Project Engages Citizens to Track Bumble Bees

7 May 2018 | The Xerces Society News Release

PORTLAND, Ore., — A new project is being launched to harness the volunteer power of citizen scientists to help map bumble bees [Continue Reading…]

Coffee Companies Commit to Tackle Deforestation in Indonesia

15 April 2018 | Wildlife Conservation Society News Release

The Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) announced today that a group of the world’s leading coffee companies has [Continue Reading…]

Rhinos Find a Second home in the Dudhwa National Park

13 April 2018 | World Wildlife Fund-India News Release

New Delhi: Over a period of five days, between 9-13 April, three female and one male greater one-horned rhinoceros [Continue Reading…]

Google and WWF Use Technology to Teach Students About the Environment

9 April 2018 | World Wildlife Fund News Release

San Francisco, Calif – Google and World Wildlife Fund (WWF) are working together to provide students around the world the [Continue Reading…]

Tech Companies Unite to Stop Wildlife Traffickers

15 March 2018 | TRAFFIC International News Release

San Francisco, USA — The world’s leading e-commerce and social media companies are joining forces with Tencent, TRAFFIC, [Continue Reading…]

Seizure of Captive Tigers Resurrects Farming Threat

15 February 2018 | TRAFFIC International News Release

Bangkok, Thailand, 9 February 2018 A recent discovery of a dozen Tigers at a property in eastern Thailand serves as a [Continue Reading…]

Critically Endangered Sunda Pangolins Receives “Totally Protected” Status

13 February 2018 | TRAFFIC International News Release

Sabah, Malaysia, 13th February 2018—There’s a little good news for the world’s most trafficked mammal ahead of World Pangolin [Continue Reading…]


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