Emerging Leaders Provide New Research and Tools to Fight Illegal Wildlife Trafficking

Those committed to combating the illegal trade of animal and plant life across West Africa, or interested in learning how they can become more engaged, now have a new tool at their disposal. A compendium of research by 26 West African researchers on issues related to the effective implementation of the Convention on the International Trade of Illegal Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) is now available. The publication, “Combating Wildlife Trafficking: Building Regional Expertise and Coordination through the CITES Master’s Program,” was produced by the USAID-funded West Africa Biodiversity and Climate Change (WA BiCC) Program.

Emerging Leaders Provide New Research and Tools to Fight Illegal Wildlife Trafficking
July 21, 2020 12:40 pm Research papers

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