The Wildlife Justice Commission publishes today a new report, 'To skin a cat: How organised crime capitalises and exploits captive tiger facilities', examining the role of tiger facilities in enabling tiger-related wildlife crime in Southeast Asia.
Tag: Southeast Asia
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Over the last century, the wild tiger population has fallen to alarmingly low levels. While tigers are adversely affected by climate change, habitat loss, and human-wildlife conflict, the illegal tiger trade is believed to be the most imminent threat.
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Dutch Postcode Lottery new grant to the Wildlife Justice Commission
EUR 1.9 million granted to build and strengthen intelligence capacity to fight wildlife crime in protected areas of Southeast Asia.
Watch Rhino Dollars online at ARTE.tv
An accurate view on the global trafficking of rhino horn. You can now watch Rhino Dollars online here.