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UK Government sets out commitments to biodiversity and sustainability in G7 Nature Compact
A better understanding of ‘wet markets’ is key to safeguarding human health and biodiversity
Video platforms normalise exotic pets
Consumption of Wildlife Drops Almost 30% Over Links to COVID-19
WWF Applauds New Legislation to Prevent Future Pandemics
Parrot poachers striking while market’s hot
New approaches for teaching science remotely arise from COVID-19 crisis
New guideline for pioneering conservation lawsuits to protect wildlife
Demand for Elephant Ivory in China Drops to Lowest Level Since National Ban
UNESCO and VIVA Tech launch a call for AI-based solutions that benefit people and planet
G7 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors meeting chaired by Chancellor agrees ambitious climate agenda
Education centre opens in Petén to prevent animal trafficking and protect biodiversity
Vaccines help us focus on controlling virus
Wildlife smuggling operation ringleader jailed
UK’s world-leading ivory ban moves step closer
Taming illegal wildlife trafficking trade
Assessment launches to appraise UK wildlife and forest crime legislation and enforcement
Review maps clear path for wildlife exports
FAL Convention at heart of IMO response to illegal wildlife trade
Marine conservationists uncover threatened wildlife carnage in killer Reef gillnets
Jane Goodall to keynote Cornell, WWF COVID-19 conference
UK funds to help communities in Peten to tackle COVID-19 impact
HKU obtains excellent results from RGC’s 2021/21 research funding schemes
Parrots pushed to extinction, despite protection policies
80% of Australians want a permanent ban on wildlife trade
Dreamworld’s Tiger Cubs Turn One
Footage shows wet markets still open for business
Over 200 organizations call WHO for global ban on live wildlife markets