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World Pangolin Day 2018

World Pangolin Day 2018

Solitary, shy, elusive and nocturnal, pangolins are rarely observed in the wild to the point that their population estimates are not clear, although conservationists do know that it is rapidly declining.

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Key Findings: Operation Phoenix

Key Findings: Operation Phoenix

The document presents the key findings or our 18-months investigation into the village of Nhi Khe, Viet Nam. It also discusses the outcome of efforts we undertook to establish a dialogue with the governments of Viet Nam and China and outlines the steps we took on the path of activating justice against the criminal network that our team identified.

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World Rhino Day

World Rhino Day

It is not looking good for Rhinoceros. It is calculated that over 500,000 of these gentle giants roamed in the wild across Africa and Asia at the beginning of the 20th century.

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World Elephant Day

World Elephant Day

Distinctive, intelligent and sensitive, socially complex and so powerful but yet so kind, elephants are part of our global heritage.

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International Turtle Day

International Turtle Day

A day to celebrate turtles – both freshwater and marine species – and tortoises, raise awareness about the endangered species and encourage action to be taken to preserve them.

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Key Findings: Operation Ambush

Key Findings: Operation Ambush

The Operation Ambush Briefing provides insight into the journey tigers take to market, and how this is facilitated by organised criminality. It outlines how the growth in unregulated and private breeding may be enabling illegal trade, while at the same time wild tigers are being targeted to service demand in Viet Nam and China.

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