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Time to Confront Southeast Asia’s Online Wildlife Trafficking
December 13, 2021

Time to Confront Southeast Asia’s Online Wildlife Trafficking

By Danielle Fallin
As COVID-19 restrictions ease in Southeast Asia, illegal wildlife traders are poised to make a comeback.

China-Backed SEZs Linked to Southeast Asia’s Illegal Wildlife Trade
June 15, 2021

China-Backed SEZs Linked to Southeast Asia’s Illegal Wildlife Trade

By Sebastian Strangio
The trade has been facilitated by a combination of loose state jurisdictions and proximity to China's economy.
Can Vietnam Prevent the Next Pandemic?
July 28, 2020

Can Vietnam Prevent the Next Pandemic?

By Tom Fawthrop
As zoonotic diseases become more dangerous, Vietnam moves toward cracking down on wildlife trafficking.

Southeast Asia Must Confront its Illegal Tiger Problem
August 28, 2019

Southeast Asia Must Confront its Illegal Tiger Problem

By Preeti Jha
A new report raises fresh concerns about the impact of tiger breeding centers on the illegal tiger trade.

The Stalemate Driving Vietnam's Illegal Wildlife Trade
July 09, 2019

The Stalemate Driving Vietnam's Illegal Wildlife Trade

By Kate Fox
Vietnam had a plan for ending bear bile farming. What went wrong?

With its Environmental Crisis, Is Laos Missing the Forest for the Trees?
January 06, 2018

With its Environmental Crisis, Is Laos Missing the Forest for the Trees?

By Erin Cook
The overall challenge remains vast despite piecemeal efforts to address it.

India’s Wildlife Trafficking Epidemic
October 26, 2017

India’s Wildlife Trafficking Epidemic

By Neeta Lal
Poaching and the illegal wildlife trade is on the rise in India.
The Tragic Tale of Thailand’s Tiger Temple
June 07, 2016

The Tragic Tale of Thailand’s Tiger Temple

By Luke Hunt
The discovery of 40 dead tiger cubs is sadly just one of many cases of illegal wildlife trafficking in Southeast Asia.

The Rise of Wildlife Trafficking in the Pacific
June 28, 2014

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?

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