Learn more about focal issues that EIA’s Wildlife Campaign aims to discuss during SC77.
Japan’s elephant ivory market is open – the legal framework for the control of the trade in ivory is designed and built to regulate and facilitate commercial ivory trade and support ivory traders.
EIA’s research, conducted over the past two years, reveals the continued online availability of at least 88 traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) products stated to contain leopard, pangolin and, in a few cases, tiger and rhino, manufactured by 72 Chinese companies which have been licensed by the National Medical Products Administration of China.
This comprehensive toolkit brings together in one place a range of measures and resources that governments of tiger range countries can use to counter trafficking of tigers, their parts and derivatives – including from farmed tigers.
Adopting the ICCWC indicator framework as a tool to measure effective enforcement responses to trafficking of cites listed species.
Parties to the 19th meeting of the Conference of the Parties (CoP19) are reminded of the critical conservation status of Asia’s big cats