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The Trade in Wildlife

Regulation for Conservation

by Sara Oldfield

  • 205 Want to read
  • 36 Currently reading

Published by Earthscan Publications .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Conservation of wildlife & habitats,
  • International trade,
  • Nature / Field Guide Books,
  • Nature,
  • Business/Economics,
  • Environmental Conservation & Protection - General,
  • Wildlife,
  • Law and legislation,
  • Wild animal trade

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages184
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9715974M
    ISBN 101853839590
    ISBN 109781853839597


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A group of award-winning photographers has joined forces to show the true face of the illegal wildlife trade. Through the Photographers Against Wildlife Crime project they aim to raise awareness on its cruelty and celebrate the heroes committed to ending it.

Ina global ban on international ivory trade was instituted by the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES), which regulates the wildlife trade and is signed by nations.

The ivory trade collapsed and elephant populations recovered. The multimillion-dollar illegal wildlife trade is the fourth-largest in the country after drugs, guns and human trafficking Gallery. Published: 5 Aug The wildlife trade underworld of the Amazon Wildlife trade can take many forms and involves a range of players.

Major traffickers (usually European, North-American and Asian) collaborate with a network of dealers and suppliers in the countries where animals are sold, and in the countries where the animals are found in the wild. 2 In the Brazilian Amazon, wild species are trapped in.

Illegal wildlife trade now ranks among the largest contraband industries in the world, yet compared to drug, arms, or human trafficking, the wildlife crisis has received scant attention and support, leaving it up to passionate individuals fighting on the ground to try to ensure that elephants, tigers, rhinos, and more are still around for.

The illegal wildlife trade in global perspective an animal or plant or its derivatives are being traded legally or illegally. Furthermore, wildlife products are often processed before they are Author: Rosaleen Duffy.

THE TRADE IN WILDLIFE SCE iii Contents Contents iii Acknowledgements v Foreword from A. González, ITC vi Foreword from I. Andersen, IUCN vii Abbreviations viii Executive summary ix Chapter 1 Impact of wildlife trade 1 Chapter 2 International wildlife trade, conservation and livelihoods 2 1.

Background and key concepts 2 2. Conservation impacts of wildlife trade 3. In this book the author examines the illegal wildlife trade from multiple perspectives: the historical context, the impact on the environment, the scope of the problem internationally, the sociocultural demand for illegal products, the legal efforts to combat it.

A growing illegal trade in wildlife in Mexico goes unnoticed beyond the conservation community. Parrots, macaws, and other wild birds are poached in Mexico for pets and illegal sales throughout.

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spoke to Nuwer to learn about her new book and the increasing threat of wildlife trafficking. The illegal wildlife trade has grown substantially in recent years.

The Illegal Wildlife Trade (IWT) has reached an unprecedented scale, in part due to increasing demand from consumers. It is widely recognized that this criminality threatens peace, security, livelihoods, and biodiversity.1 The illegal trafficking in protected fauna.

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Here, casino-resorts, hotels, restaurants and markets openly sell illegal wildlife products with relative impunity.