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by Horace O. Williams,Viktor T. Grante

Illegal Trade in Wildlife download ebook
ISBN:
1606922807
ISBN13:
978-1606922804
Author:
Horace O. Williams,Viktor T. Grante
Publisher:
Nova Science Publishers, Inc.; UK ed. edition (December 27, 2011)
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Pages:
176 pages
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1123 kb
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1481 kb
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ILLEGAL TRADE IN WILDLIFE, Horace O. Williams and Viktor T. Grante (Nova Science, 2009) Global trade in illegal wildlife is a growing illicit economy. Some of the most lucrative illicit wildlife commodities include tiger parts, caviar, elephant ivory, rhino horn, and exotic birds and reptiles.

Illegal trade in wildlife. Book · February 2011 with 6 Reads. How we measure 'reads'. Global trade in illegal wildlife is a growing illicit economy, estimated to be worth at least 5 billion and potentially in excess of 20 billion annually. Demand for illegally obtained wildlife is ubiquitous, and some suspect that illicit demand is growing.

Some of the most lucrative illicit wildlife commodities include tiger parts, caviar, elephant ivory, rhino horn, and exotic birds and reptiles. This book presents important information defining the issues and pointing to solutions. Categories: Jurisprudence\Law.

Personal Name: Grante, Viktor . Wild animal trade Law and legislation Wildlife smuggling Governmental investigations United States.

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Not all wildlife trade is illegal. WWF provides technical and scientific advice to the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES). Wild plants and animals from tens of thousands of species are caught or harvested from the wild and then sold legitimately as food, pets, ornamental plants, leather, tourist ornaments and medicine. Wildlife trade escalates into a crisis when an increasing proportion is illegal and ly threatening the survival of many species in the wild.

The multimillion-dollar illegal wildlife trade is the fourth-largest in the country after drugs, guns and human trafficking. Prince William accused of 'white saviour' mentality in Africa wildlife film. Published: 5 Aug 2019. Experts condemn lack of African voices in film depicting royal’s visit to conservation projects in Tanzania. Published: 12 Oct 2018. About 564 results for Illegal wildlife trade. Demand for illegally obtained wildlife is ubiquitous, and some suspect that illicit demand may be growing. BiblioLife, Bibliogov.

Declaration signed on illegal wildlife trade. Prince Charles and The Duke of Cambridge, Prince William, attended the meeting, hosted by the UK government

Declaration signed on illegal wildlife trade. By Rebecca Morelle Science reporter, BBC World Service. Treat wildlife trade as a serious crime within the UN convention against transnational organised crime. Address problems of corruption and money laundering related to wildlife crime with legislation - a zero tolerance policy. Strengthen legal frameworks and help law enforcement. Prince Charles and The Duke of Cambridge, Prince William, attended the meeting, hosted by the UK government. The conference heard from the presidents of Botswana, Chad, Gabon and Tanzania, and the foreign minister of Ethiopia.

Global trade in illegal wildlife is a growing illicit economy, estimated to be worth at least $5 billion and potentially in excess of $20 billion annually. Some of the most lucrative illicit wildlife commodities include tiger parts, caviar, elephant ivory, rhino horn, and exotic birds and reptiles. Demand for illegally obtained wildlife is ubiquitous, and some suspect that illicit demand is growing. This book presents important information defining the issues and pointing to solutions.