Author Nils Stolpe/FishNet USA Choking On Good Intentions In multispecies fisheries, regulators must distinguish between stocks that are truly threatened or endangered and those that
Originally published in Business Day. The contribution of the Convention for International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES) to the conservation of African rhino over the
Author: Nils Stolpe/FishNet USA I’ve been reviewing my past writings to gauge which, if any, have aged gracefully and which haven’t. I’ll be redistributing those
By James A. Swan, Ph.D. Originally published on www.jamesswan.com. All across North America, millions of men and women are making plans for hunting this fall.
Originally published in www.fishermensnews.com. Members of the Scientific Committee of the International Whaling Commission (IWC) will begin 2015 by reviewing a new proposed research plan
By Michael Eustace. Originally published on Business Day Live. There are at least 400,000 elephants in Africa and about 8,000 of them die of natural
By Michael Eustace (Investment analyst) email@example.com. The South African Cabinet, after a long process of opinion gathering, has decided not to put a proposal to
Authors By ROBIN MCDOWELL, MARGIE MASON and MARTHA MENDOZA BENJINA, Indonesia (AP) — The Burmese slaves sat on the floor and stared through the rusty
Workshop on demand-side strategies for curbing illegal ivory trade 28-29 January 2015 Hangzhou, China View as PDF:
Author Nils E. Stolpe, FishNet USA There are people who don’t like fishing. There are people who don’t like anyone who isn’t a vegan. There
By Michael Eustace (Investment analyst) firstname.lastname@example.org. “It is morally wrong to sell horn if it does not work.” The Chinese are the main consumers and
Bangkok, 11 March 2013 IWMC World Conservation Trust, the world’s leading independent advocate for the sustainable use of wildlife, warned today that the decision by
How do you read the allegations in the video?
The “global conservation /animal rights organisations” led by Citec are destroying the future of Africa’s remaining wildlife. In a couple of weeks I will be