The book explores the sad truths behind this multi-billion-dollar industry and is one of the most comprehensive photographic documents on the wildlife trade, spanning more than 10 years and offering a rare view into this illicit business.
Author: Ben Davies
Publisher: Dewi Lewis Pub
A devastating record of the illegal wildlife trade - a shocking tale of cruelty, crime and human greed.
Author: Jacqueline L. SchneiderPublish On: 2012-03-23
Research and conservation depends on regional studies that document illegal trade. Communities must be informed and educated about national wildlife
hunting and trading laws. Community-based action plans that address regional ...
Author: Jacqueline L. Schneider
Category: Social Science
This revealing and compelling title analyzes the illegal trade in endangered species from a criminological viewpoint and presents specific crime reduction techniques that could help save thousands of species from extinction. • Illustrations, maps, and charts elucidate crime theory, import/export data on seizures of endangered species and products, and range states • Photographs depict the grim reality of the global trade in endangered species • An extensive bibliography contains over 30 pages of source materials
Mr. Buxton proposes the establishment of a trade which ( for a could have kept it
down . ” - Buxton , p . 310.- " The extent to which the Slave Trade is carried on in
the rivers is immense , and offers the greatest possible obstruction to the fair ...
slave - trade , by adopting means for civilizing Africa , and encouraging and
protecting the cultivation of the soil , and legitimate commerce , ” it was resolved ,
in the second place , — " That it may be of the utmost importance to the
unchanged ; and , since A's postassociation trade with B is unimpeded , A's terms
of trade and internal prices must move in favour of the second or exported ... the
parallelism by showing that association may result in trade extinction . Evidently ...
Author: M. Kemp
Publisher: Amsterdam : North-Holland Publishing Company
CITES listing of itself, of course, did nothing to actually affect the causes of extinction on the ground. Listed species were not 'saved' at all: CITES was not a
measure to stop extinction, simply to allow international collaboration to regulate trade.
Author: William Mark Adams
Category: Business & Economics
First Published in 2004. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
to reconcile intemational trade with the conservation of species?" CITES contains
three Appendices that list the species identified as being endangered by the
Parties. Appendix I details species threatened with extinction that may be affected
Poachers and traders have exploited numerous species , such as the rhinoceros
and panda , to the brink of extinction . ... against over - exploitation and
preventing the international trading community from threatening species with extinction .
( 2003 ) note that the rules of the Convention on International Trade in
Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora ( CITES ) ban trade in products
from endangered but not extinct species . They argue that governments may
therefore have ...
Includes papers and proceedings of the annual meeting of the American Economic Association. Covers all areas of economic research.
Conservation : Law 5605 of 10/30/74 ratifies the Convention on the International Trade of Endangered Species of Wild Flora and Fauna . Signed in Washington
on 3/3/73 . ( L.G. Jan. 28 , 1975 ) . Ecuador Animal Industry : Decree 11 of 6/19/
Assessing how fast species are becoming extinct is rife with difficulties -- mainly
due to the uncertainty surrounding the actual ... The direct role of international trade is generally less significant in species extinction relative to other factors ...
Author: Dale Andrew
Category: Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora
Uncontrolled trade has long been realised to be a threat because of exploitation .
... are in greater risk than others and need more stringent controls ; some need
almost total prohibition on trade in wild specimens if they are to avoid extinction .
Author: Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons. Select Committee Appointed to Take the Examination of Witnesses Respecting the African Slave TradePublish On: 1968
Select Committee Appointed to Take the Examination of Witnesses Respecting
the African Slave Trade ... appointed by The House to consider the best means
which Great Britain can adopt for providing for the final extinction of the Slave Trade ...
Author: Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons. Select Committee Appointed to Take the Examination of Witnesses Respecting the African Slave Trade
Category: Slave trade
These reports include evidence taken from high ranking colonial officials, clergymen and naval officers which shows the progress of British policy at the time. They highlight the ineffectiveness of the naval effort and the power of vested interest.
the trading vessels found it well nigh impossible to escape capture with their
wares or being chased away , thanks to the ... Several factors contributed to the
demise , or at any rate , almcst virtual extinction of the trade on the African coast .
The African elephant was placed in Appendix II in 1976 , limiting and monitoring
its trade . Qualifying for Appendix II listing of a species indicates a possibility of
the threat of extinction , if trade is not strictly regulated . The Asian elephant has ...
Excerpt from A Second Letter From Lord Denman to Lord Brougham, on the Final Extinction of the Slave Trade: With Remarks on a Late Narrative of the Niger Expedition in 1841 This is the first half of the panacea - treaties!
Author: Henry Brougham
Publisher: Forgotten Books
Excerpt from A Second Letter From Lord Denman to Lord Brougham, on the Final Extinction of the Slave Trade: With Remarks on a Late Narrative of the Niger Expedition in 1841 This is the first half of the panacea - treaties! As if England could make them for both parties - treaties 1 as if none had already been made and violated without redress z - treatiesi giving free license to slave-trading based on an act of the English parliament, which could only be enforced by penalties on Brazilian subjects; with a clause for the gradual extinction of the slave trade, which they still think essential to their pros parity, and which the same treaties are to per mit a clause for the introduction of free labour, which can only be carried into effect by the slave holders; a clause for the gradual emancipation of the negroes, whom they regard as goods and chat tels, subjects of barter, and of trade. Is there to be compensation? Who is to assess it? The high contracting parties Who to pay it? The over burthened people? Will they consent, and if not, by whom must they be coerced? Plainly by the more powerful party to the treaty, which must in such case assume the sovereignty of an empire proud and jealous of its independence, and can enforce none of the proposed stipulations by other means than war. It is proposed thus to escape the odium of the overbearing. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at www.forgottenbooks.com This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works.
CITES provides a complete prohibition of trade only for species in serious danger
of extinction , as listed in Appendix I of the Convention . However , because coral
species are generally widely distributed , and because it is difficult to establish ...
... to be found total extinction of the traffic than Mr . only in the honest purpose of
the local Christie , late British Minister at Rio de Government to suppress the
slave - trade , by Janeiro , who asserts in his dispatch , July a vigorous
prosecution of ...
Vols. 3-8, 3d ser., include the 16th-21st annual reports of the British and foreign anti-slavery society. The 22d-24th annual reports are appended to v. 9-11, 3d ser. Series 4 contains annual reports of the British and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society. Series 5 contains annual reports of the Anti-Slavery and Aborigines Protection Society.
The recently concluded international Convention on International Trade in
Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora listed 375 species of animals as
imminently threatened with extinction throughout the world and another 239
species of ...