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Botswana conference heightens alarm over illegal wildlife trade | Satkosia poachers turn wildlife protectors | South Africa Tests Drones to Thwart Rhino Poaching | Africa is centre of a ‘wildlife war’ that the world is losing | Elephant poaching crisis unchanged a year after global pledge | Sin City: Illegal Wildlife Trade in Laos' Golden Triangle Special Economic Zone | Unbelievably Cute Mammal With Teddy Bear Face Rediscovered | Activist group calls for sanctions against Laos due to 'blatant illegal wildlife trade by Chinese' | Countries turn to Ecosystems to Reduce Risk Amid Concerns over More Disasters | Australian Politician, David Leyonhjelm wants native wildlife kept as pets to prevent extinction | The Thai Department of National Parks Wildlife and Plant Conservation proposes burning of confiscated ivory | Bach Ma National Park Strives to Protect Biological Diversity | Ivory Worship | Consumer Awareness of Ivory and Rhino Horn Trade's Impact Grows Radily in China | 'Simpsons' cocreator Sam Simon dies at 59; donated $100 million fortune to charity | Get Involved: Tell us what YOU think
  • ACRES (Animal Concerns Research and Education Society)   is a registered charity and...
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  • Everyone depends on Earth’s ecosystems and their life-sustaining benefits, such as clean air,...
organization profiles
In Vietnam, Rampant Wildlife Smuggling Prompts Little Concern
Updated : 04/04/2015
US warehouse of 1.5 million stuffed animals stands as reminder of horrific illegal wildlife trade
Updated : 02/04/2015
South Africa Tests Drones to Thwart Rhino Poaching
Updated : 27/03/2015
Satkosia poachers turn wildlife protectors
Updated : 27/03/2015
Botswana conference heightens alarm over illegal wildlife trade
Updated : 26/03/2015
Elephant poaching crisis unchanged a year after global pledge
Updated : 24/03/2015
Africa is centre of a ‘wildlife war’ that the world is losing
Updated : 22/03/2015
Activist group calls for sanctions against Laos due to 'blatant illegal wildlife trade by Chinese'
Updated : 20/03/2015
Unbelievably Cute Mammal With Teddy Bear Face Rediscovered
Updated : 20/03/2015
Australian Politician, David Leyonhjelm wants native wildlife kept as pets to prevent extinctio
Updated : 19/03/2015
Countries turn to Ecosystems to Reduce Risk Amid Concerns over More Disasters
Updated : 19/03/2015
Florida employee 'punished for using phrase climate change'
Updated : 19/03/2015
The Thai Department of National Parks Wildlife and Plant Conservation proposes burning of confiscated ivory
Updated : 18/03/2015
Heddi the sniffer dog joins the fight against poaching
Updated : 18/03/2015
Bach Ma National Park strives to protect biological diversity
Updated : 17/03/2015
Education for Nature-Vietnam has been busy
Updated : 17/03/2015
Consumer Awareness of Ivory and Rhino Horn Trade's Impact Grows Rapidly in China
Updated : 13/03/2015
Ivory Worship
Updated : 13/03/2015
Andaman tourism faces restrictions
Updated : 12/03/2015
Kenya policeman arrested with illegal rhino horn
Updated : 11/03/2015
'Simpsons' cocreator Sam Simon dies at 59; donated $100 million fortune to charity
Updated : 11/03/2015
‘Sam got them out!’ A Poem About Sam Simon by Ingrid E. Newkirk, PETA
Updated : 11/03/2015
Lessons Learned from Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation (REDD+)
Updated : 10/03/2015
Chinese National People's Congress Deputy Who Raises Tiger Resigns
Updated : 06/03/2015
Prince William tackles illegal wildlife trade in China
Updated : 06/03/2015
Kenya Sets Ablaze 15 Tonnes of Ivory
Updated : 05/03/2015
INTERPOL encourages global action on World Wildlife Day
Updated : 05/03/2015
Singapore Customs, AVA seize two tones illicit ivory
Updated : 05/03/2015
Vietnamese National Short Film Festival
Updated : 03/03/2015
March 3, World Wildlife Day: Getting Serious About Wildlife Crime
Updated : 02/03/2015
Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund Digital Photo Contest
Updated : 26/02/2015
China's ivory 'smuggling' tourists face prison over Thai souvenirs
Updated : 22/02/2015
Thai Army Rescues 150 Pangolins in Chiang Mai
Updated : 20/02/2015
Pair arrested for wildlife smuggling
Updated : 20/02/2015
Obama Administration Plans to Aggressively Target Wildlife Trafficking
Updated : 12/02/2015
Illegal import: 22 Tibetan antelope wool shawls seized
Updated : 11/02/2015
Hong Kong Customs seizes 92 tonnes endangered rosewood, clutches two culprits
Updated : 09/02/2015
Vietnam’s traditional healers take oath against rhino horn
Updated : 03/02/2015
Thai Airways bans ivory cargo on all flights
Updated : 30/01/2015
Police seize frozen tiger, monkeys transported illegally in central Vietnam
Updated : 26/01/2015
Malaysia is not spared as a transit point for illegal ivory shipment
Updated : 26/01/2015
Undercover researchers: Never-before-seen lizards for sale in Philippines
Updated : 26/01/2015
More than 2300 turtles seized at Jakarta international airport
Updated : 23/01/2015
Fingerprints 'breakthrough' for wildlife crime investigators
Updated : 14/01/2015
All kinds of illegal trade on Myanmar's border
Updated : 13/01/2015
Ivory products pulled from fourth major Hong Kong retailer
Updated : 08/01/2015
Fur-Trapping Rises in ID to Meet Asian Demand
Updated : 07/01/2015
Trade liberalization sparks fears of cross-border crime boom
Updated : 03/01/2015
Ivory outlets in Chatuchak market inspected
Updated : 27/12/2014
These young village women are fighting to save India’s endangered tigers
Updated : 04/12/2014

recent studies

  • KASANE CONFERENCE ON
    We, the representatives of Governments and Regional Economic Integration Organisations*, gathered in Kasane on 25 March 2015, recognising the detrimental economic, security, social, and environmental implications of the illegal trade in wildlife, make the following political commitment and call upon the international community to act together to bring this to an end. Full Report

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  • Sin City: Illegal Wi
    This report takes a journey to a dark corner of north-west Lao PDR (hereafter referred to as Laos), in the heart of the Golden Triangle in South-East Asia. The Environmental Investigation Agency (EIA) and Education for Nature Vietnam (ENV) have documented how the Golden Triangle Special Economic Zone (GT SEZ) in Bokeo Province, in Laos has become a lawless playground, catering to the desires of visiting Chinese gamblers and tourists who can openly purchase and consume illegal wildlife products and parts, including those of endangered tigers. 

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  • Ivory Demand in Chin
    In late 2012, WildAid interviewed residents in three major Chinese cities—Beijing, Shanghai, and Guangzhou—to better understand awareness and attitudes toward elephant conservation, and to identify the behavior and beliefs of ivory consumers.  In 2013, WildAid, Save the Elephants and African Wildlife Foundation launched a campaign to reduce the demand for elephant ivory in China. Using the survey findings to inform the campaign strategy, the partners began working to raise awareness of the elephant poaching crisis, support lawmakers in banning ivory sales, and ultimately reduce demand for elephant ivory. Two years later in October 2014, the survey was replicated to assess changes in awareness, attitudes and behavior regarding ivory consumption and the poaching crisis, and to ascertain the reach of campaign messages in Beijing, Shanghai, and Guangzhou. Full Report

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