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WEMS Wins Best Poster Award at the Second International Forum for Sustainable Future in Asia

The Wildlife Enforcement Monitoring System (WEMS) Initiative’s entry in the poster session of the Second International Forum for Sustainable Future in Asia won the “Best Poster” Award.

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AIT Commits to Support the Global Fight against Illegal Wildlife Trade

Bytes Beyond Continents: Advancing Evidence-based Environmental Governance, a side event in conjunction with the Hanoi Conference on Illegal Wildlife Trade was held on 18 November in Hanoi, Vietnam.

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African nations welcome China's decision to close the domestic ivory market by the end of 2017.

A coalition of 15 African countries on Friday welcomed China's commitment to closing its domestic ivory markets by the end of 2017, saying the move signals Beijing's goodwill in protecting Africa's elephants.

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Cases of poaching decline in 2016, but more efforts needed

Kenya experienced a decline in poaching cases in 2016, attributed to inter-agency and regional collaboration among other efforts used in combating wildlife crime.

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Elephant poachers are hard at work in Africa, and carbon dating proves it

More than 90 percent of illegal ivory trade from elephants that died less than three years ago.

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5 Smart Technologies That Will Crack Down On Wildlife Trafficking

Technology by itself will not save pangolins or elephants, but it can help make major progress.

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'The Ivory Game': Exposing the illegal trade pushing elephants to extinction

Original Netflix documentary "The Ivory Game" goes inside the illegal ivory trade to put Africa's elephant poaching crisis back on the agenda.

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Kenya leads the way in bringing poachers to justice

Kenya has sent a strong message that it will no longer tolerate wildlife crime by convicting an ivory poaching ‘king pin’.

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60 percent of global wildlife species wiped out

According to The Living Planet 2016, unprecedented rate of decline of animals because of human activity is causing a "global mass extinction".

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