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Cross-Border Partnerships for Conservation and Development : Conference Proceedings October 29 -November 1 2018 (Inglês)

The Global Wildlife Program (GWP) collaborated with the Department of National Parks and Wildlife of the Government of Zambia to organize the 2nd GWP Annual Conference on Cross-border Partnerships for Conservation and Development from October 29 to November 1, 2018 in Livingstone, Zambia. ... Exibir mais +

Correspondence 136630 NOV 01, 2018


Tools and resources to combat illegal wildlife trade (Inglês)

The Illegal Wildlife Trade (IWT) has reached an unprecedented scale, in part due to increasing demand from consumers. It is widely recognized that this criminality threatens peace, security, livelihoods, and biodiversity. ... Exibir mais +

Documento de Trabalho 124379 MAR 01, 2018


Supporting sustainable livelihoods through wildlife tourism (Inglês)

Tourism is an engine for jobs, exports, and investments. The tourism sector is also the largest, global, market-based contributor to financing protected area systems. ... Exibir mais +

Documento de Trabalho 123765 FEB 01, 2018

Twining-Ward,Louise D; Li,Wendy; Wright,Elisson M.; Bhammar,Hasita Mukeshkumar Disclosed

Republic of Congo - Global wildlife programs : country profile (Inglês)

The Global Wildlife program (GWP) Congo project aims to strengthen the conservation of globally threatened species in the basins of the Republic of Congo by improving biodiversity enforcement.This Global Wildlife program country profile explains about two projects. ... Exibir mais +

Informativo 116348 JUN 01, 2017


India - Global wildlife program : country profile (Inglês)

The Global wildlife program (GWP) India project aims to enhance the ecological integrity and economic security of high range Indian Himalayan Ecosystem. ... Exibir mais +

Informativo 116349 JUN 01, 2017