Wildlife Trade Training Library

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Targretting wildlife trafficking
Author(s): Timothy Wittig, WCS
Year: 2015
Description/Abstract: A short presentation about focussed operations using limited assets and time.
Keywords: Analyze,find, fix,finish
Identification of commonly traded wildlife products
Author(s): Scott Roberton, WCS Vietnam
Year: 2013
Description/Abstract: A training module to assist with identifying wildlife products such as ivory, rhino horn and skins. How to distinguish real from fake.
Keywords: Ivory. Mammoth. Rhino horn
Ivory demand reduction in China-Strategies,experiences and future challenges
Author(s): Aili Kang, WCS China
Year: 2014
Description/Abstract: Comprehensive presentation on strategies to reduce demand and create behavioural change in china. Describes challenges, stratagies,statistics and media
Keywords: China, behavioural change, shark fin,Ivory
Stop the killing-stop the demand
Author(s): WCS
Year: 2013
Description/Abstract: A draft presentation on the wildlife trafficking chain from poaching to sale
Keywords: WCS, interventions, trafficking chain
International wildlife trafficking and corruption: Strategies and Responses to combat corrution and environmental crime
Author(s): Scott Roberton, WCS Vietnam
Year: 2015
Description/Abstract: How WCS coordinates combat wildlife crime efforts across major trafficking networks at a global scale
Keywords: Corruption, monitoring, revenue,surveilance
Wild life trafficking
Author(s): WCS Latin America
Year: 2015
Description/Abstract: WCS to wildlife trafficking. A presentation delivered by the WCS Latin American and Caribbean Program with a focus on Latin America including the increased spread of links to markets in East Asia.
Keywords: Smart patrols, trade chains, sustainable use, hunting for trade
Use of wildlife products in Vietnam
Author(s): M.Zuan Tinh
Year: 2015
Description/Abstract: WLC
WCS China trade program 2013
Author(s): WCS China
Year: 2013
Description/Abstract: The WCS China trade program focusing on: Public awareness,innovations, capacity development,policy analysis,technical support,market monitoring. An overview
Keywords: WCS China trade program initiative
WCS work to combat illegal wildlife trade
Author(s): Sue Lieberman, WCS
Year: 2014
Description/Abstract: WCS efforts to combat the illegal wildlife trade. A short presentation promoting intelligence-led law enforcement, successful prosecution,stockpile management,transport task force and changing consumer behaviour.
Keywords: CITES, Consumer behaviour, China
Regional wildlife trade: trends and issues
Author(s): WCS
Year: 2015
Description/Abstract: Looking at regional trends, myths, transnational markets, trade routes, data sharing and priority actions. Strong focus on Indonesia.
Keywords: Indonesia, transnational crime
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