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Featured Publication, August 2019

The Extinction Market explores the causes, means, and consequences of poaching and wildlife trafficking, with a view to finding ways of suppressing them.

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Featured Publication, June 2019

This report aims to provide a comprehensive overview of the work INTERPOL has done against global wildlife crime, including operational, tactical and analytical activities undertaken in cooperation with our 194 member countries and strategic partners.

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Featured Publication, May 2019

Unprecedented levels of poaching of elephants, rhinos and other high value charismatic species across Africa is severely threatening the future of these species and the ecosystems they inhabit. As poaching groups increase in size, number and sophistication, it is more important than ever that law enforcement responses in protected areas are robust, reliable, and effective.

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Posted in Biodiversity Blog Publications

Featured Publication, April 2019

This publication evaluates the role of property rights in wildlife management and the laws in place for the protection of biodiversity and the rights impacting on management activities.  The paper argues that private property rights and current wildlife conservation and management laws and policies in Kenya fail to provide the solution to wildlife biodiversity erosion partly because of their preoccupation with a monolithic system of property  ownership favouring the state and individuals and neglecting communities and/or groups.

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Featured Publication, March 2019

DEVOLUTION OF WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT IN KENYA TO ENHANCE COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION: AN ASSESSMENT OF KENYAN LEGAL FRAMEWORKS, Wamukoya, D. (2013) University of Nairobi LLM Wildlife management…

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Featured Publication, February 2019

These Guidelines were developed as a guide to best practices and procedures in order to ensure that appropriate methods and procedures are used throughout the entire investigation process so that forensic data collected is credible and admissible.  The Guidelines aim to facilitate the use of forensic science to the fullest extent possible in order to combat wildlife crime, and in particular, to combat the trade in illegal ivory. 

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Featured Publication, August 2018

POACHING, WILDLIFE TRAFFICKING AND SECURITY IN AFRICA: MYTHS AND REALITIES, Cathy Haenlein and M L R Smith (eds) Taylor & Francis (2017) This book was published in…

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Posted in Biodiversity Conservation Publications

Featured Publication, July 2018

NATURAL RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE IN KENYA, Kariuki Muigua, Didi Wamukoya and Francis Kariuki, Glennwood Publishers, Nairobi: Kenya (2015) This book was published in 2015.  It examines…

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