Welcome to this week's news update

Dear TRAFFIC supporter,

There should be something to interest all our supporters in this week's update: and if can't find anything in the updates themselves, then make sure you download the latest issue of the TRAFFIC Bulletin, launched this week. It covers a wide range of wildlife trade issues and is distributed free of charge worldwide as well as online. 

Other updates this week include a ground-breaking initiative working with Viet Nam's Ministry of Health to reduce the use of rhino horn within the traditional medicine sector, a new study on the threat posed to wild bears from bear farming in Lao PDR, and an update on a meeting bringing enforcement agencies across Mexico together to enhance collaboration in dealing with wildlife crime.

Please help support our work on crucial wildlife trade issues by donating to TRAFFIC

Many thanks in advance for helping our cause!

Richard Thomas, Global Communications Co-ordinator, TRAFFIC. Email: richard.thomas@traffic.org Tel: +44 1223 651782.

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