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IFAW: China shuts down one third of ivory factories and shops
31 March 2017 by svandereyd
Today, China will shut down more than 60 ivory carving factories and retailers making good on their promise to end domestic Read more »
Better security, not dehorning, the answer to protecting rhino
15 March 2017 by svandereyd
Zoos should be improving their security, not dehorning their rhino exhibits to protect them from poachers says one of the Read more »
IFAW welcomes launch of new network Youth for Wildlife Conservation on World Wil
3 March 2017 by svandereyd
Young conservationists from around the world today introduce a new global organization mobilizing the next generation of Read more »
IFAW welcomes European Parliament call for stronger action to combat illegal wil
24 November 2016 by svandereyd
Today, the European Parliament voted with 567 votes in favour (and 6 against), an important own-initiative report by Read more »
A Sense of Urgency in Conserving Wildlife  Trump Trade at CITES
5 October 2016 by svandereyd
As the world’s biggest wildlife trade jamboree wrapped up in Johannesburg, South Africa yesterday, the general Read more »
CITES Hits Control, Alt, Delete on Cybercrime
4 October 2016 by svandereyd
Cybercriminals are the latest losers at the CoP17 of CITES following the Decision to ratify a commitment by all 183 Parties Read more »
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