IFAW北京猛禽救助中心年报(2001-2011)

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Fre, 04/06/2012
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IFAW北京猛禽救助中心年报(BRRC, 2001-2011)

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Wildlife, Russian business tycoons: Partners for biodiversity?

Fre, 09/04/2015
The author and actress/activist Pamela Anderson at the Eastern Economic Forum in

Russia has gathered its greatest influencers in business and government this week in Vladivostok to promote the development of the Eastern Russia economy and expand international cooperation in the Asia-Pacific region.

Des oursons sauvés toujours plus près de leur remise en liberté

Mon, 08/24/2015
D’après les estimations, plusieurs centaines d’ours bruns deviennent orphelins e

J’ai récemment eu la chance de pouvoir me rendre au centre de sauvetage des oursons orphelins (OBRC) d’IFAW en Russie.

Conservationists launch appeal on Vulture’s day: “Ban killer drug or Europe’s birds face extinctions”

Publication Date: 
Fre, 09/04/2015
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There are warnings tomorrow’s International Vulture Awareness Day [Saturday 5 September] could be one of the last the birds see in Europe.

A number of conservation organisations (BirdLife International, Vulture Conservation Foundation, Wildlife Conservation Society, IFAW)  say it’s because European countries are failing to tackle the use of a dangerous drug which could cause the extinction of vultures across the continent.

Press Location: 
Brussels, Belgium
Pressekontakt
Pressekontakt: 
Iván Ramírez, BirdLife International
Jose Tavares, VCF
Janice Weatherley Singh, WCS
Sonja Van Tichelen, IFAW EU

Pre-CITES meeting good for pangolins, rays, lions; bad for polar bears

Don, 09/03/2015
The 28th CITES Animals Committee meeting was held recently in Tel Aviv, Israel.

The 28th CITES Animals Committee meeting was held recently in Tel Aviv, Israel.After five days of long, hot and sometimes heated meetings in Tel Aviv, Israel, it seems that the possibility of future increased protections from trade for pangolins and devil rays looks possible, but those for polar bears, sharks and lions are still up in the air. 

Hurrikan „Katrina“: Erinnerungen eines Fotografen, der die Ereignisse dokumentierte

Fre, 08/28/2015
Die Kameraleute Chris Nickless und Stewart Cook in den Fluten nach Hurrikan „Kat

Die Kameraleute Chris Nickless und Stewart Cook in den Fluten nach Hurrikan „Katrina“.Seit 1998 arbeite ich für den IFAW und habe in dieser Zeit viele Projekte rund um die Welt dokumentiert – von der Aussiedlung gewaltiger Grizzlybären über ölverschmierte Vögel und Unterwasseraufnahmen von Buckelwalen bis hin zu Aufnahmen von der Rob

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Zehn Jahre nach „Katrina“: Auch für die Tiere muss in den Rettungsbooten Platz sein

Fre, 08/28/2015
44 Prozent der Menschen, die sich während „Katrina“ nicht evakuieren ließen, tat

44 Prozent der Menschen, die sich während „Katrina“ nicht evakuieren ließen, taten dies, weil sie ihre Tiere nicht mitnehmen durften. Unser Team ist von der Sonne verbrannt und schmutzig – ein ganz normaler Ausbildungstag hier im Katrina-Ausbildungscamp in Gonzales, Louisiana.

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California Senate passes state ivory ban

Don, 09/03/2015
The only real way to stop the ivory trade is to close the loopholes once and for

The only real way to stop the ivory trade is to close the loopholes once and for all.The California Senate just passed, by a 22-13 vote, a landmark bill that would help protect elephants and rhinos halfway across the world. Now, with just one last administrative hurdle to clear, it will go to Governor Jerry Brown’s desk for his signature.

IFAW Statement on California Bill to Ban Ivory

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Don, 09/03/2015
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AB 96 passes in the California State Senate banning sale and purchase of ivory

Jeffrey Flocken, North American Regional Director, International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW), issued the following statement regarding a bill (AB 96) passed in the California State Senate which bans the sale and purchase of elephant ivory and rhino horn:

“Kudos to California for being a leader in saving wildlife. Elephants and rhinos are facing a major crisis, being slaughtered at an alarming rate for their ivory and horns.

Press Location: 
Washington, DC
Pressekontakt
Pressekontakt: 
Abby Berman
Telefon: 
646.695.7044

Extinction is forever – act now on threatened species day

Publication Date: 
Mit, 09/02/2015
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Extinction is forever – act now on threatened species day
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Extinction is forever – act now on threatened species day

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Press Location: 
Sydney, AU
Pressekontakt
Pressekontakt: 
Josey Sharrad (IFAW AU)
Telefon: 
0451 025 611