Wildlife Conservation Society

NGOs key in the global response to wildlife trafficking.

-wildlife trafficking is rising by between 5% and 7% annually, two to three times faster than the global economy, researchers have said. John Cassim Harare, Zimbabwe (CZ) – Government agencies across the world are increasingly relying on NGOs to address enforcement and legislative gaps that result from the low political priority given to wildlife crime. […]

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Effective biodiversity conservation requires empowering and supporting Indigenous people 

– Basic income schemes such as CBIs improve well-being, reduce poverty, and redress inequalities including gender inequity, experts have revealed. John Cassim HARARE, ZIMBABWE – Imagine governments including Zimbabwe, were to simply transfer money, unconditionally, to people living in protected and key conservation areas throughout the world. From Indigenous people in the Amazon rainforest to

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