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  • Ranger Perceptions: Africa Brochure

    Ranger Perceptions: Africa (application/pdf, 972 KB)

    May 23, 2016

    This Ranger Perceptions: Africa survey is the second in the series of report that aim to shed light on wildlife ranger working conditions. The intent of this survey -- like the previous one on Asia's rangers and the upcoming one on rangers in Latin America -- is to provide a snapshot of rangers' personal views of their working conditions, and so gain a deeper insight into the factors that affect their motivation.

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  • Ranger Perception: Asia Brochure

    Ranger Perception: Asia (application/pdf, 1.3 MB)

    March 03, 2016

    Little has been done to systematically study and report on ranger working conditions, nor better understand how rangers feel about their work—their concerns, challenges, rewards and motivations. We are therefore excited to be releasing the Ranger Perceptions: Asia survey, which will be the first in a series of reports that shed light on the lives of rangers. 

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  • Polishing Off the Ivory: Surveys of Thailand's Ivory Market (application/pdf, 859 KB)

    July 02, 2014

    Monthly monitoring of Bangkok’s domestic ivory market by TRAFFIC reveals a near trebling of the number of ivory items for sale in the past 18 months and a steep rise in the number of outlets selling ivory in Thailand's capital city.

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  • National Strategy for Combating Wildlife Trafficking (application/pdf, 504 KB)

    February 11, 2014

    The National Strategy for Combating Wildlife Trafficking establishes guiding principles and strategic priorities for US efforts to stem illegal trade in wildlife.

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  • Tackling the Ivories Brochure

    Tackling the Ivories (application/pdf, 1.09 MB)

    September 01, 2004

    The international ivory trade remains one of the world’s most controversial wildlife trade issues. In recent decades, public attention has focused primarily on trade in ivory derived from the African Elephant Loxodonta africana.

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