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President Obama signs Engel Anti-Wildlife Trafficking Legislation into Law

President Barack Obama has signed into law The Eliminate, Neutralize, and Disrupt (END) Wildlife Trafficking Act of 2016, which will strengthen wildlife trafficking laws and bolster enforcement efforts to further protect endangered species that have been targeted by poachers.

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A vote against wildlife trafficking

The European Parliament’s environment committee voted on October 13 to back a full and immediate EU-wide ban on ivory and rhinoceros horn trade.

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Thousands of Illegally Traded Wild Animals Put at Risk by Missing Data

According to a new report by the University of Oxford Wildlife Conservation Research Unit (WildCRU) and World Animal Protection, data on illegal wildlife trade collected by enforcement agencies is generally riddled with gaps..

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AIT and UNU sign WEMS licensing agreement

United Nations University (UNU) and the Asian Institute of Technology (AIT) have signed a formal licensing agreement for implementation of a project that assists in monitoring of wildlife trafficking and illegal wildlife crime.

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Poachers target rare bird’s ‘ivory’ beak in Southeast Asia

The Helmeted Hornbill’s plight as an endangered species is often overlooked in comparison to the elephants but its large lump similar to rhino horn has made it vulnerable to illegal poaching...

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US funding new soldiers in wildlife trafficking war: giant rats

1.2 million grant secured for an innovative program training, African giant pouched rats to detect illegal shipments of trafficked pangolins...

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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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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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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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