Singapore has seized nearly 26 tonnes of pangolin scales - the most ever recorded - in two separate operations over the past week, increasing calls for improved protection for the endangered specie
Ongwediva — Johannes Bokoma Nashikaku, who was earlier this month convicted of dealing with protected wildlife products, was on Tuesday slapped with a N$30 000 fine or alternatively three years imp
Kano--Police personnel in Kano State have taking over mining sites in the state as part of efforts at checking criminality and illegal mining by foreigners.
Authorities in Singapore say they’ve seized yet another illegal shipment of pangolin scales, this time adding another 12.7 tons to last week’s interdiction of 12.9 tons of scales – or about 21,000
More than 4,000 Kenyans including government officials, business leaders and conservationists will on Saturday participate in the global march for elephants, rhinos, lions and other endangered spec
PANJIM: The Principal Bench of National Green Tribunal (NGT) has directed the Goa Government to consider constituting a Special Task Force (STF) to deal with the illegal mining of minor minerals in
On the outskirts of Durban Deep, an abandoned mining town with a labyrinth of underground tunnels long since abandoned by the big gold companies, Elizabeth goes rhythmically about her work.
Starting July 1, anyone in Japan who wishes to register and sell a whole elephant tusk must first prove its age through carbon dating.
In a briefing paper released March 14, Global Witness accused ten companies from the EU of importing timber harvested illegally from the DRC.
China's National Forestry and Grassland Administration (NFGA) and World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) on Wednesday held an advocacy workshop here to raise awareness on wildlife trafficking amongst Chi
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