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Ending Trade in Tiger Parts and Products

Between 2010-15, nearly 30 per cent of tigers seized in illegal trade were suspected to be sourced from captive operations. Tiger farming and trade in captive tiger parts and products poses a serious challenge to enforcement and demand-reduction efforts

High Profit/Low Risk: Reversing the wildlife crime equation

A briefing prepared by EIA for the Kasane Conference on Illegal Wildlife Trade in Botswana on March 25, 2015. The London Declaration of 2014 was one of several events, announcements and declarations from the international community recognising the serious nature of wildlife crime and urging steps to address it

Chinese language cover for the Sin City report (2015)

罪恶之城: 老挝经济特区的非法野生动物贸易

以中国赌徒和游客为目标、藏身在老挝的一个度假胜地事实上是非法野生动物制品和身体部分的贸易枢纽。《罪恶之城》记录了博胶省金三角经济特区(the Golden Triangle Special Economic Zone)实际上如何变为一个不受法律控制的游乐场。

Caged Assets: Tiger Farming and Trade

Despite international recognition that trade in captive-source tigers poses a serious threat to the species’ survival in the wild, international and domestic commercial trade continues in Asia. The trade involves serious and organised criminality, fosters corruption and stimulates demand for tiger parts and products