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The Trans-Pacific Partnership Leak: A story of missed opportunities
The Trans-Pacific Partnership has been described by negotiation countries as one of the most ambitious 21st century trade agreements. However, today’s leak of the agreement’s draft environment chapter reveals deeply concerning limits to that ambition.

Breaking news: Royal Thai Police seize live elephants in clampdown on illegal trade
The Royal Thai Police have seized more than a dozen unregistered and illegally registered elephants from camps in three provinces in the south of Thailand as part of sweeping investigations into live elephant smuggling.

Obama Pledges Support to Stop Wildlife Crime in Africa
A groundbreaking announcement from President Barack Obama during a state visit to Tanzania on July 2 will deliver much-needed support to African countries reeling under the onslaught of wildlife crime.

Coral Trafficking: Little did I know, I might be an illegal wildlife trader. Are you?
Little did I know that I quite possibly have engaged in illegal wildlife trade and didn’t even know I was doing so. Have you?

Report Back: Your action against Illegal Wildlife Trade
This winter, we asked for your support to help us stand up against illegal wildlife trade. Now we’re seeing results, thanks to you!