An assessment of wildlife poaching and trafficking in Bolivia and Suriname

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An assessment of wildlife poaching and trafficking in Bolivia and Suriname
IUCN Grey Literature

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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. Bolivia and Suriname were selected as focal countries both because they were deemed to be representative of the wider region and in light of several years of incountry engagement on the part of IUCN NL. The project aimed to compile and analyse information on wildlife poaching and trafficking in Bolivia and Suriname, including the key species targeted, the trafficking routes and main destinations, and key drivers. The legal wildlife trade was reviewed to provide clues toward understanding the illegal trade. An attempt was also made to assess the impact of infrastructure development and natural resource extraction by foreign entities on the occurrence of wildlife crime.

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Amsterdam : IUCN NL, 2019
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77p. : ill., maps
Publication Year: 
2019
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Includes endnotes

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0
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English
Record created: 2020/04/22
Record updated: 2020/04/22