November 10, 2009

Environmental Enforcement News Round-up

Filed under: biodiversity — inece @ 3:00 pm

Endangered Species Edition: Mainstream news reports highlight the extent of trade in illegally sourced animal products, and may suggest a rise in poaching activity, including a report from Bangkok on charges of trading African ivory; a large ivory seizure in Kenya; evidence of growing demand for ivory products in China; and a recent finding that rhino horn is worth more than gold by the ounce.

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