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Asia's wildlife : a journey to the forests of hope

This publication offers nature lovers and visitors to tropical Asia an intriguing insight into the natural history of some of the continent's least known and most threatened species.

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2018
IUCN Grey Literature

Helmeted hornbill (Rhinoplax vigil) : status review, range-wide conservation strategy and action plan (2018 – 2027)

The helmeted hornbill faces a conservation crisis that requires an urgent response.

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2018
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World Heritage and human rights

The World Heritage community is currently adopting policies to mainstream human rights as part of a wider sustainability agenda.

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2018
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Addressing acute hepatopancreatic necrosis disease (AHPND) and other transboundary diseases for improved aquatic animal health in Southeast Asia

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2016
IUCN Grey Literature

Species action plan for the conservation of Raffles’ banded langur (Presbytis femoralis femoralis) in Malaysia and Singapore

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2016
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Sustainable management of the trade in reticulated python skins in Indonesia and Malaysia

Each year, approximately 300,000 reticulated pythons (Python reticulatus) are harvested from the wild in Indonesia and Malaysia to supply skins for the international trade in exotic leathers.

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2016
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Malaysia's invisible ivory channel

Malaysia is the world’s paramount illicit ivory transit country.

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2016
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Conservation strategy for Southeast Asian songbirds in trade

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2016
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Apes in demand for zoo and wildlife attractions in Peninsular Malaysia and Thailand

This report investigates the species, numbers and sources of apes held in zoos and wildlife attractions in Peninsular Malaysia and Thailand and responds to concerns over the global high demand for apes, especially juveniles, for display in zoos and wildlife facilities, and the illegal removal of

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2016
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Trading faces

The rapid growth and widespread use of social media has allowed these new platforms to facilitate wildlife trade, both legal and illegal. With this in mind, TRAFFIC undertook a rapid assessment to monitor wildlife trade occurring on 14 Facebook groups in Peninsular Malaysia, conducted over approx

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2016
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Development and use of alternative ingredients or fish meal substitutes in aquaculture feed formulation

This proceedings contain the country reports, review papers, a synopsis of working group discussions and a list of regional policy recommendations for the development and use of alternative dietary ingredients in aquaculture feed development.

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2015
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Resource enhancement and sustainable aquaculture practices in Southeast Asia : challenges in responsible production of aquatic species

“International Workshop on Resource Enhancement and Sustainable Aquaculture Practices in Southeast Asia” was held in Iloilo City from 5 to 7 March 2014.

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2015
IUCN Grey Literature

Status assessment of Tomistoma in Peninsular Malaysia : Peat swamp forests of Selangor & Pahang

This report documents the results of field assessments undertaken to determine the distribution and status of the globally threatened crocodilian, Tomistoma schlegelii, in peat swamp areas of Peninsular Malaysia.

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2014
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Asia protected planet report 2014

Asia has a rich cultural and natural heritage, but rapid development, population growth and an erosion of traditional practices are resulting in habitat loss and degradation, which is putting protected areas in Asia at risk and leading to serious decline in the biodiversity they harbour.

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2014
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Assessment of python breeding farms supplying the international high-end leather industry

This report is the first one delivered under the Python Conservation Partnership. Established in November 2013, the Partnership aims to contribute to the improved sustainability of the python skin trade and to help facilitate industry-wide change.

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2014
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Reduced to skin and bones revisited

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2013
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The trade in tokay geckos Gekko gecko in South-east Asia : with a case study on novel medicinal claims in peninsular Malaysia

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2013
Non IUCN Publication

Status of tropical forest management 2011

This report, two years in the making, provides a comprehensive assessment of progress being made towards SFM in each ITTO producer member country and identifies the challenges remaining.

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2011
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Community-investor business models : lessons from the oil palm sector in East Malaysia

Concerns about food and energy security, coupled with increasing returns from agriculture, have increased interest in agricultural investments in developing countries. Public debates about 'land grabbing' have questioned the socio-economic impacts of large-scale land acquisitions.

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2011
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Pills, powders, vials and flakes : the bear bile trade in Asia

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2011
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Saiga Antelope trade: global trends with a focus on South-East Asia

The aim of this project, which was commissioned by the CITES Secretariat, was to compile up-to-date information on current trade in Saiga products and derivatives, focusing on some key areas.

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2010
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Tenure in REDD : start-point or afterthought?

As new mechanisms for ‘reducing emissions from deforestation and forest degradation’ (REDD) are being negotiated in international climate change talks, resource tenure must be given greater attention.

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2009
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Review of trade in merbau from major range states

Reports from non-governmental organizations have raised concerns about the scale of illegal trade in merbau, a timber from nine species in the genus Intsia and there is concern over the sustainability of harvests from natural merbau populations.

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2009
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Science in CITES : the biology and ecology of the Southeast Asian Box Turtle and its uses and trade in Malaysia

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2008
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Guidelines for the better management practices on avoidance, mitigation and management of human-orangutan conflict in and around oil palm plantations

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2007
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Management effectiveness assessment of national and state parks in Malaysia

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2006
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Status of coral reefs in tsunami affected countries : 2005

The tsunamis of Sunday 26 December 2004 struck without apparent warning on a clear day. Not only was there a devastating loss of life, but coastal resources and infrastructure in the Indian Ocean suffered massive destruction as well.

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2006
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Food policy for the poor : expanding research frontiers. Highlights from 30 years of IFPRI research

The compendium shows how the scope of research has evolved at IFPRI, as well as in the wider development community.

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2005
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Against the grain : trade in musk deer products in Singapore and Malaysia

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2004
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Framing the picture : an assessment of ramin trade in Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore

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2004
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Capacity needs to manage protected areas : Asia

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2003
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Risk assessment and risk management in implementing the Cartagena protocol : proceedings of Asia regional workshop

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2003
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Marine protected areas in Southeast Asia

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2002
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A review and analysis of legal and regulatory aspects of forest fires in South East Asia

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2002
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Biodiversity planning in Asia : a review of national biodiversity strategies and action plans [NBSAPs]

This book draws on the papers presented and discussions held at two workshops of biodiversity planners from 15 Asian countries.

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2002
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Strategies for wise use of wetlands : best practices in participatory management. Proceedings of a workshop held at the 2nd International conference on wetlands and development

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2002
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Dugong : status reports and action plans for countries and territories

The dugong (Dugong dugon) is the only herbivorous mammal that is strictly marine. It has a range spanning some 37 countries, including tropical and subtropical coastal and island waters. This plan presents a global overview of the status of the dugong and its management throughout its range.

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2002
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The bitter fruit of oil palm : dispossession and deforestation

The impacts of oil palm plantations have been widely ignored, and given widespread promotion of these plantations throughout the tropics, the World Rainforest Movement decided to bring together research and local struggles in this book, aimed as a tool for action.

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2001
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Access to genetic resources and traditional knowledge : lessons from South and Southeast Asia

The commitment of the international community to ensure an equitable supply of food and nutrition to everyone on Earth has been reiterated many times. However, there are very few practical examples on how such equity and benefit sharing principles are to be put into practice.

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2001
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Using the IUCN red list criteria at the national level : a regional consultative workshop for South and Southeast Asia... : proceedings and recommendations

A regional workshop was held to develop a shared understanding of the IUCN global Red List criteria, threat categories and the process of listing species according to the threat of extinction with an emphasis on lessons learned, key constraints and priority needs.

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2001
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The Orang Asli and the contest for resources

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2000
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Asian turtle trade : proceedings of a workshop on conservation and trade of freshwater turtles and tortoises in Asia

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2000
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Heart of the matter : agarwood use and trade and CITES implementation for Aquilaria malaccensis

The report focuses on the harvest and trade controls for A. Malaccensis in key range countries, reviews available information on wider trade in agarweood and recommends actions required to tackle issues such as unsustainable harvesting and illegal trade.

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2000
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The World Commission on Protected Areas 2nd Southeast Asia Regional Forum, Pakse, Lao PDR, vol.1 : executive summary, vol.2 : papers presented

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2000
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Regional workshop on nature and biodiversity as World Heritage : implications for national nature conservation and protected area management policies in East and Southeast Asia

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2000
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Identification guide to fishes in the live seafood trade of the Asia-Pacific region

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2000
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Capacity building and strengthening of the protected areas system in Peninsular Malaysia : a master plan

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1999
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Indonesia's fires and haze : the cost of a catastrophe

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1999
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Tortoise and freshwater turtle trade and utilisation in peninsular Malaysia

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1999
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Fishing for solutions : can the live trade in wild groupers and wrasses from Southeast Asia be managed?

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1999

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