EIA is pleased to share this guest blog by Charles Emogor. Through EIA’s work to address transnational pangolin trafficking in West and Central Africa, we engage with Charles as a pangolin science expert on Nigeria. Since childhood, I’ve been fascinated by the natural world and growing up in a rural part of Nigeria played […]
For a decade, Vietnam has been repeatedly highlighted for its role in the international illegal wildlife trade, so it is encouraging to see the recent efforts taken by the Government to address its involvement; it is to be congratulated for the measures it has taken and the successes it has had domestically.
The 26th session of the Conference of the Parties (CoP26) of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) in Glasgow brought renewed attention to fighting deforestation and forest degradation
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Unfettered growth of TCM poses a serious threat to biodiversity in Africa, all in the name of short-term profit. Any utilisation of threatened species in TCM could stimulate further demand, incentivise wildlife crime and ultimately lead to overexploitation.