Plan to Export Sri Lankan Monkeys to China Faces Opposition
By P.K. Balachandran
Damage to crops can be minimized by preventing the destruction of forests, experts say.
Changing the Game for Wildlife by Striking Out Criminal Kingpins
By Natalie Phaholyothin and Jedsada Taweekan
As we approach World Wildlife Day on March 3, it is worth celebrating Thailand’s recent efforts to stamp out wildlife crime.
Eggs from Endangered Sea Turtle Stolen from Thai Beach
By Associated Press
Outraged local residents donated 50,000 baht ($1,660) for a reward to catch the thieves.
Saving China’s Snow Leopards with Locals
By Tyler Roney
By enlisting the help of the local community, conservationists hope to help the bashful big cats survive.
Whale Shark Tourism
By Alexandra Radu
In the Philippines, a lucrative industry puts an endangered species at risk.
Hunt for Rare Indochina Wildlife Yields Results
By Luke Hunt
In a rare win for environmentalists, a new study suggests a remote park is not yet an “empty forest.”
The Rise of Wildlife Trafficking in the Pacific
By Bianca De Bortoli
Transnational criminal networks are wreaking havoc on the regional environment. Can they be stopped?