An app for finding ecofriendly exotic pets
When a fast-talking Israeli journalist became both father and sole enforcer of Cameroon’s wildlife-trafficking laws, he lifted the veil from the taboo subject of corruption in conservation.
Porcupine farms in Vietnam fuel the very trade they were meant to stop
Poor labeling of wildlife imports means that four out of five species entering the United States are improperly identified, according to an analysis in the journal Science.
Weapons from the Khmer Rouge now fuel wildlife trade
The market for tiger products remains strong—even among people who support tiger conservation
Reduced tariffs benefit trade and wildlife
It doesn’t get madder than this. Swaziland is in the grip of a famine and receiving emergency food aid. Forty percent of its people are facing acute food shortages.
Intelligence software tracks down wildlife smugglers
The government of Jammu and Kashmir in India has started a new scheme that uses microchip tags for all registered Tibetan antelope products.