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IUCN Grey Literature

An assessment of wildlife poaching and trafficking in Bolivia and Suriname

IUCN National Committee of the Netherlands (IUCN NL) commissioned this assessment of wildlife poaching and trafficking in the Amazon in order to enhance understanding of the issue and inform potential future engagement.

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2019
IUCN Grey Literature

Wildlife crime assessment in Ethiopia

The main purpose of this wildlife crime assessment is to provide information on the current trends and drivers of wildlife crime in Ethiopia, get insights into existing local criminal networks, evaluate how the country serves as a transit route for the contraband and, assess the strengths and wea

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2017
IUCN Publication

Wildlife protection and trafficking assessment in Kenya

This report examines wildlife crime in Kenya and its linkages to illegal wildlife trade dynamics in the East African region.

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2016
IUCN Publication

Beyond enforcement : communities, governance, incentives and sustainable use in combating wildlife crime

The symposium ‘Beyond enforcement: communities, governance, incentives and sustainable use in combating wildlife crime’ was organise to explore the role of communities in tackling illegal wildlife trade.

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2015
Non IUCN Publication

Guidelines on methods and procedures for ivory sampling and laboratory analysis

These guidelines are intended for worldwide use, with the aim of facilitating the use of forensic science to the fullest extent possible in order to combat wildlife crime, and in particular, to combat the trade in illegal ivory.

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2014
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Pilot national program (PNP) for tiger conservation in Bangladesh

Tiger populations worldwide are in tremendous pressure of extinction. Bangladesh, harboring one of the largest remaining populations of wild tigers in the vast areas of Sundarban mangrove forest, has therefore a great responsibility to protect this beautiful creature.

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2013
IUCN Publication

The South Africa - Viet Nam rhino horn nexus

This document summarizes TRAFFIC’s comprehensive overview of events and dynamics currently driving an escalating illicit trade in rhino horns from South Africa to Viet Nam.

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2012
Non IUCN Publication

Wildlife crime : an enforcement guide

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1999
IUCN Publication

By hook or by crook : a reference manual on illegal wildlife trade and prosecutions in the United Kingdom

This manual outlines the significance, prevalence and trends of illegal wildlife trade in the UK and places this in an international context. It is aimed at anyone interested in wildlife crime issues, but particularly those involved in enforcing wildlife crime laws and bringing cases to court.

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1998
Non IUCN Publication

Global security beyond 2000 : global population growth, environmental degradation, migration, and transnational organized crime. Conference report

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1996