Unified global action to end wildlife crime is critical if we are to stop the decline of ecosystems, reverse the extinction crisis facing wild animals and plants, and eliminate threats to human health.
The End Wildlife Crime coalition is established by conservationists, government representatives and academics, calling for an international agreement, the first of its kind, to end illegal wildlife trade. Our goal is a new protocol under the UN Convention against Transnational Organised Crime (UNCTOC) specifically covering wildlife crime.
Global Initiative to End Wildlife Crime Suggests Amendments to Wildlife Trade Laws
September 7, 2020
We are amidst a pandemic and consequent global economic crisis that show just how vulnerable we have made ourselves by ignoring how we interact with wildlife and the natural world. Despite the risks inherent in wildlife trade, ...
Global, Hong Kong
Divided Interests in Wildlife Trade Should be United over Covid-19
June 18, 2020
Sophie le Clue
Hong Kong Customs and Excise Department (C&ED) have the unenviable job of policing the flow of goods into and out of one of the world’s biggest trading hubs – Hong Kong. The city is home to one of the busiest airports ...
Bangladesh, Cambodia, China, Global, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Myanmar, Philippines, Regional, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Vietnam
2019: Year in Review
June 15, 2020
I am writing this amidst the current global public health crisis. We’ve shut down our economies and moved indoors in response. At ADMCF, we have been reflecting on what we can learn from this challenging moment and the role of ...