All Press Releases for Wildlife trade

25th May 2007
A majority of citizens in several European countries support a 20-year total ban on international ivory trade. A series of polls just completed in key EU Member States, together representing some 320 million European citizens, show overwhelming le Read more »
25th May 2007
News of these fatal attacks on those charged with protecting endangered wildlife is prescient given the upcoming 14th meeting of parties to the Convention on the International Trade of Endangered Species (CITES). Overstretched and under-resourced Read more »
22nd May 2007
"Our rangers paid the ultimate prize - human life. But their deaths will not be in vain. We remain vigilant and dedicated to our call - to stamp out poaching and preserve Kenya's wildlife heritage," said Dickson Lesimirdana, Head of Anti- Poaching Read more »
18th May 2007
Kenya and Mali have proposed a 20-year moratorium on ivory trade arguing that one-off ivory sales in select countries opens up markets, both legal and illegal, and lures poachers. “It would be suicidal to allow a new one-off sale or annual q Read more »
15th May 2007
The snapshot survey conducted in the UK, Australia, China, Germany, the Netherlands, France, Canada and the USA* tracked over 2,200 elephant ivory items listed on eBay Web sites and found that more than 90% of the listings breached even eBay Read more »
3rd May 2007
“Given the severity of the current state of the trade in elephant ivory, signaled by escalating worldwide ivory seizures, the ivory trade is a prime global issue that deserves center-stage,” said Wamithi. “An estimated 20,000 ele Read more »