Tag: tiger-bone

Front cover of our report entitled The Lion's Share: South Africa's trade exacerbates demand for tiger parts and derivatives
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The Lion’s Share

The major threat to the world’s remaining wild tigers is poaching to meet the high demand in Asia for their parts and derivatives. This demand is exacerbated by the legal trade in lion bone so long as they were sourced from captive-breeding facilities in South Africa

Front cover of our report entitled Time for Action: End the criminality and corruption fuelling wildlife crime
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Time for Action: End the criminality and corruption fuelling wildlife crime

41 countries and the EU adopted the London Declaration on Illegal Wildlife Trade, committing to tackle this multi-billion dollar transnational crime. This report summarises the key findings of our preliminary assessment and reiterates recommendations which should be made a priority for time-bound implementation

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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

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EIA online library for Hidden in Plain Sight report

EIA has cached many of the online resources referenced in our report Hidden in Plain Sight: China’s Clandestine Tiger Trade. These resources are available below for researchers and interest parties; most are in their original Mandarin, although we have provided some unofficial translations

Chinese language cover for the Hidden in Plain Sight report
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隐藏在明处: 中国的秘密老虎贸易

尽管签署了旨在保护野生老虎并令它们在2022年达到双倍数量的全球倡议,中国政府部门已暗地里着手刺激国内老虎皮和身体部分的市场。在野外仅存的老虎只有3500只,然而有多于5000只老虎在中国的‘老虎繁育场’和‘动物园’被圈养繁殖。