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New Installation Raises Awareness of Wildlife Trafficking at Johannesburg Airport

Aug 07, 2017 · News Item

Johannesburg, South Africa - ROUTES recently unveiled a new awareness campaign for staff at Johannesburg’s O.R. Tambo International Airport to combat wildlife ...

Wildlife traffickers are flying under the radar at airports worldwide

Jul 12, 2017 · News Item

Is there an ongoing problem with wildlife trafficking at airports? ROUTES and International Airport Review investigate further…

Wildlife traffickers continue to profit from vulnerabilities in the global air transportation system

Jun 13, 2017 · News Item

Illegal wildlife trafficking – the fourth largest black market in the world and worth over $20 billion annually to criminal organisations – is now widespread ...

Wildlife Traffickers Exploiting Airlines Worldwide

May 17, 2017 · News Item

A new analysis of global airport wildlife seizure and trafficking data reveals that wildlife traffickers around the world are heavily exploiting the air ...

Focus: Illegal wildlife trafficking - Killing by numbers

Apr 18, 2017 · News Item

The trade in illegal wildlife is estimated to be worth at least $19bn a year. In 2016, over 5,300 kilos of illegal ivory and rhino horn, and over 16,000 ...

Trapping Illegal Wildlife Traders

Apr 06, 2017 · News Item

April 2017 - Members of the air cargo community have led the way in denouncing the illegal wildlife trade, estimated to be worth USD19 billion a year, and ...

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