‘Natural Disasters and One Health – Are We Prepared’ conference

Marzo 12, 2015
Disasters affect entire communities, regions and sometimes countries.

Disasters affect entire communities, regions and sometimes countries.Natural disasters can strike anywhere in the world at any time and the 28 countries of the EU are no exception.

Canned! No more lion trophies to be imported into Australia

Marzo 13, 2015
The ban on importing lion trophies reflects the Australian public’s abhorrence t

The ban on importing lion trophies reflects the Australian public’s abhorrence to the inhumane practice of canned hunting.Would you have guessed that Australians imported the bodies of 29 African lions in the

Presenting wildlife cybercrime investigation results to the G7

Marzo 13, 2015
The past year has seen the numbers of poached rhinos soar, with South Africa los

The past year has seen the numbers of poached rhinos soar, with South Africa losing a record 1,215 rhinos in 2014.Wildlife cybercrime is rising to the fore on the political and enforcement agenda. For the first time

Kanadische Regierung gibt erneut 400.000 Sattelrobben zur Jagd frei

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Marzo 12, 2015
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Das Schlachten darf wieder beginnen
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Das Schlachten darf wieder beginnen

Das kanadische Fischereiministerium (DFO) hat die Quote für die diesjährige Robbenjagd bekannt gegeben: 400.000 Sattelrobben dürfen in diesem Jahr getötet werden, genau so viele wie im letzten Jahr. Die Behörde veröffentlichte bisher keinerlei Informationen zu Fellpreisen, Absatzmöglichkeiten oder dem Starttermin der Jagd.

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Hamburg
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Now is the time for an EU export ban on raw ivory

Marzo 12, 2015
The legal trade in ivory often hides an illegal trade of ivory

The legal trade in ivory often hides an illegal trade of ivory.Elephants and rhinos continue to die at an alarming rate.

One elephant every 15 minutes, on average, is killed for its ivory.

We know there are fewer, possibly by a large margin, than 500 000 elephants remaining in the wild.

SLIDESHOW: 7 adorable cubs now at the Bear Rescue Center in Russia

Marzo 12, 2015
Seven orphaned bear cubs are now being rehabilitated at IFAW’s Bear Rescue Cente

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Seven orphaned bear cubs are now being rehabilitated at IFAW’s Bear Rescue Center in Bubonitsy, Russia.

Oman hosts "Prevention of illegal trade in wildlife" workshop

Marzo 12, 2015
Certificates were handed out at “Prevention of illegal trade in wildlife” worksh

Training on the identification of the species.Oman as one of the Arabian Gulf countries has excellent geographic location (Southeast of Arabian Peninsula), its coast with a length of 1700 km, which is one of the most important habitats for marine turtles nesting  like Green Sea Turtle (Chelonia mydas), Hawksbill Turtle (Eretmochelys imbricat

Celebrities, friends gather in California to help protect Amboseli elephants

Marzo 10, 2015
IFAW board members, dedicated California-based supporters, IFAW staff, and sever

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On February 17, the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) hosted an event at the Hotel Palomar Westwood in Los Angeles to raise funds for our work protecting the elephants of Amboseli National Park in Kenya.