Species news archive
Is Asia most dangerous continent for rangers?
More wildlife rangers died in Asia than anywhere else over past year
World unites to fight wildlife crime as UN adopts historic resolution
The UN today adopted a historic resolution on wildlife crime.
Bhutan joins tiger champions while tiger crisis looms in Southeast Asia
Why did EU suspend imports of some elephant hunting trophies
Collapsing elephant populations see EU halt imports of trophies from Tanzania and Mozambique
New US rules will curtail domestic ivory trade
Draft ivory regulations will significantly restrict ivory sales within America
Hong Kong boasts more ivory items than any other city
Study finds over 30,000 items for sale as WWF calls for Hong Kong to phase out legal ivory market
Shining new light on South Africa's lion bone trade
TRAFFIC study says exports have increased dramatically and calls for trade to be closely monitored
Evidence goes up in smoke in Mozambique
Burning of ivory and rhino horns could undermine judicial process
What difference will EU membership make to CITES?
EU became the first regional member on July 8th in a landmark step for the Convention
A successful first year for the Shark Initiative
Looking back at progress since WWF and TRAFFIC launched Sharks: Restoring the Balance