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The Parliament Magazine

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The Parliament Magazine
(November 30, 2020)   -   MEPs and NGOs call for ‘immediate’ ban on ivory imports into EU.

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The Parliament Magazine

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The Parliament Magazine
(October 21, 2020)   -   If the EU is serious about fighting elephant poaching, it must completely close its domestic ivory market and ban all imports and re-exports.

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Webinar: Nature-based Solutions

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(October 16, 2020) European Green Week event highlights opportunities for building back better with nature-based solutions Nature-based solutions can help to bring life and integrity back to damaged ecosystems to improve wildlife habitats, protect soils and watersheds, support economic resiliency, and better confront a changing climate. The Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) and the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) jointly hosted a virtual European Green Week partner event on 16th Octobe...

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The Independent

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The Independent
(August 07, 2020)   -   The EU’s new Green Deal strategy offers ‘guidance’ to African countries but does nothing to stop Europe’s own ivory market.

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The Revelator

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The Revelator
(June 10, 2020)   -   New EU Biodiversity Strategy can reduce risk of future pandemics — if it fully addresses wildlife trade.

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National Geographic

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National Geographic
(June 09, 2020)   -   Jaguar trafficking linked to Chinese investment in South America.

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Daily Maverick

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Daily Maverick
(March 03, 2020)   -   Why poaching has decreased dramatically in Mozambique’s Niassa Reserve.

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The New York Times

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The New York Times
(February 28, 2020)   -   China’s Ban on Wildlife Trade a Big Step, but Has Loopholes, Conservationists Say.

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BBC News

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BBC News
(February 20, 2020)   -   Conservation: New protections for jaguar and Asian elephant.

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National Geographic

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National Geographic
(February 11, 2020)   -   Smuggling networks that once focused on ivory are increasingly turning to pangolins.

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