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Sex tree called Citropsis
Japan not to hunt humpbacks
Cabinet approves setting up of wildlife crime control bureau
California lifts kangaroo goods ban
News 360° - Briefs
A look at some of the world’s most threatened forests
Unplanned and unrestrained activities for agriculture, industry and urbanisation are ruining our most important ally in nature—the forest
Wildlife trade is thriving on Internet, finds study
Survey finds wild animals and wildlife products worth US $11 million for sale online in 16 countries
Why the new UN resolution to fight illegal wildlife trade is historic
For the first time, every country has acknowledged the seriousness of wildlife crime
‘6,419 animals and 3,148 plants in Africa on verge of extinction’
UNEP, CITES and TRAFFIC reports raise alarm over continued poaching and online wildlife trade
'Poaching figure for this year is alarming'
Over 100 tigers have died in 2014 and 2015. Shekhar Kumar Niraj, head of wildlife trade monitoring agency Traffic, talks about the problems of …
Radio-tracking drone to aid wildlife census
A drone developed by a few researchers has successfully detected some tiny radio transmitters
Out of control: why monkeys are a menace
Damage by raiding monkeys has become a menace of unprecedented magnitude. Down To Earth travels to Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand and Uttar …
SDGs: Governments' commitment to battle illegal wildlife trade applauded
The inclusion of targets to protect endangered species and end wildlife trafficking in the global goals is a strategic step, says an expert
Sri Lanka destroys ivory shipment worth US$3 Million
Lanka is the first South Asian country to publicly destroy seized ivory
Over 20,000 wildlife crimes recorded in India
Seizures of ivory, skins and bones of wildlife species represent only those cases which come to light
More than 1,300 rhinos fell to poaching in Africa in 2015: IUCN
Poaching of rhinos is fuelled by the demand for their horns in Southeast Asia
Wildlife markets in Laos host dangerous pathogens, finds study
There is a high risk of transmission of these pathogens to humans posing a potential threat to gloabl health
World Environment Day 2016: Sustaining our wildlife
We must depart from narrow solutions and find opportunities in our mountain landscapes to secure larger habitats, writes ICIMOD's Rajan Kotru
Recreational hunting—should India allow trade of wildlife trophies?
A multi-million dollar industry, recreational hunting can fund conservation efforts. But it can also promote illegal trade
Drought-hit Zimbabwe plans to trade in wildlife
The country is reeling under a severe drought and over four million people need food-aid
Why do we need to protect wildlife?
In a deeper analysis, it will appear that protecting wildlife is vital for the present as well as future generations
Why there is a need to protect wildlife?
Will IUCN ban on domestic ivory trade spark a global battle on conservation?
Two blocs of countries seem headed for a confrontation over the issue of ban on ivory trade